New Year’s Eve is approaching and this means that It’s time for our traditional year-end sum-up. But this time, I’d like to take a little bit bigger step back in time. Back to 2015.
It’s been more than 4 years since Woodpecker kicked off. A lot has happened since then. We built a team of almost 60 people and have more than 2500 customers onboard from around 67 countries and various industries. It’s been a time of intensive development for us.
Let’s see what’s been going on since Woodpecker’s early days and where we’re now.
What is the goal of a sales email? To close a deal? Yes, eventually. But first and foremost to gain your prospect’s trust and build a fruitful, long-lasting business relationship.
In real life, creating rapport between two strangers starts with a meaningful conversation. And the spark for dialogue is usually a spot-on and engaging question. It’s no different in outbound sales.
Asking high-value questions in sales emails is a skill to master. Let’s take a closer look at how to do it.
Have you just gained your first 100 customers? Congratulations! It’s your first big milestone. As your company is gaining traction, your next steps should be to increase the value of your app to the current users and maintain further growth of your customer base. It may seem difficult to find the right balance with limited resources, but there’s a way to achieve both goals in one fell swoop.
Keep reading to find out more.
What’s the first thing that comes to our mind when we think of cold emails in a start-up? Prospecting. Lead generation. Finding new customers potentially interested in our product or service. Fair enough. That’s probably the core application of B2B cold emails right now. But we can do more than that. So, what else can we use cold emails for?