Nathan Renard, Associate at Trone, wanted to drive sales of their hit new product across different customer verticals.
Here's his email looks (translated from 🇫🇷)... 👇
1. Dynamic text tags
Nathan has a quite simple, yet incredibly effective approach when you read his email. Due to the fact he's addressing hotels, restaurants and similar business, Nathan is differentiating his prospects with two dynamic text tags.
2. Make your words intrigue prospects
Nathan talks about Trone from the very start. But, he leveraged his product nature and the memorable experience it offers to intrigue the prospects and make them want to find out more.
3. Credibility is POWER
He smoothly mentions two important clients in the French market so his prospects will know he means business.
"My cold emails are pretty straightforward, while lemlist makes sure they land on top of any inbox, in front of the eyes of my prospects."
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