Jeff Wenzel, Co-Owner and CEO at Woodshed Agency, wanted to encourage prospects to book meetings. First email didn't bring the desired result, so it was up to his follow-up to get it done.
Here's his template... 👇
Let's analyze Jeff's follow-up email.
1. Great personalized image
It works great for two reasons. First, it grabs attention since Jeff added a personalized image with dynamic screenshots of his prospects. They can also see a warm, inviting photo of his team, that blends rather nicely with the entire email copy.
2. Simple call-to-action
If we break Jeff’s follow-up down, you’ll notice the following structure. It starts off with a value-oriented intro, there's an image for the sense of uniqueness, followed by a simple call-to-action. It's always a better idea to have one clear CTA, then add multiple ones and allow friction to kick in.
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