Nick Dunse, CMO at Shuttle, was determined to bring their powerful solutions to the world, ramp up sales and help them connect to multiple payment providers.
Here's his cold email sequence. 👇
1. Start with personalization
The number of "Payment Provider" tags Nick will use depends on the prospect. The important component is the intro that's relevant to them and connected to their business.
2. Qualify and focus on replies first
As you can see, Nick is not trying to book meetings. He's focused on getting replies by awakening interest in prospects and then qualifying them on top of it. Instead of links, he uses questions combined with a straightforward ask at the end.
3. Give them proof of concept
If a prospect doesn't reply, a follow-up is fired 2 days later. Here, Nick aims to show them how the problem goes away, Result? 8% more replies. An interesting test would be to personalize the image with company logos or dynamic text to drive more clicks.
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The goal of a cold email is to get a reply. To grab people's attention and capture their interest. You can achieve that by making emails about them and building relationships.
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Our email outreach strategy rests on four pillars - targeting, personalization, follow-ups and A/B testing. Each one is equally important and your reply rate depends on it.