Pierre Levi, Head of Growth at La Briqueterie, was keen to book meetings with high-quality prospects via cold email and try to close deals later on.
Here are his emails 1 and 2... 👇
Translated from French
Let's analyze it together.
1. Respectful cold email intro
Although Pierre did some heavy researching initially, he still aims to make sure he's speaking to the right person first. Takes his prospect 10 seconds to figure out who needs to see this email.
2. Targeted audience + intriguing hook = 🚀
You can see that after the intro, next 3 paragraphs are tightly connected and tell one story. Another magical thing that Pierre did was connect with prospects on LinkedIn first to establish a connection, before jumping into their inbox. Multi-channel sales outreach is a new trend in 2020 ;)
3. Follow-up that adds more value
Pierre didn't allow to be repetitive or for quality to drop with every new email. Instead, he decided to give a bit more valuable insight through a video and mention the impact his training is making on his clients. Credibility (results), then proof (video).
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