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How to Do Agency Sales Outreach in 2024

In the relentless pursuit of sales, agencies are finding that the usual tactics just don't cut it anymore. It's a tough game where creativity meets necessity. 

Black Friday 2023: Tools for Automation That Can Effectively Boost Your Sales

You made it to the right place if you are looking for great Black Friday 2023 offers for great automation tools. There is plenty to choose from. Did any of them catch your eye?

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Using a Culture Map to Guide Your Cold Email Journey

When your emails cross borders, they do more than enter a new country. They enter a new set of expectations, standards, norms, customs and ways of communicating. Even when you’re speaking the same language.

How to Improve Cold Email Open and Reply Rates: Inbox Rotation 

We’ve made an important change to the way Woodpecker sends your campaigns. Our new Inbox Rotation feature will help you scale up your outreach despite recent changes in sending limits by many email service providers.

How to Use AI in Cold Email Campaigns for Clients

Have you used AI to help you out with cold outreach campaigns for your clients? It seems everyone and their mother are testing the hottest new AI-powered tools right now. And it's no different for cold outreach senders. We've invited our pals from Setupad to share how you as an agency can power up the campaigns you're sending on behalf of your clients with AI. Let's dive in.

Client Reporting – 6 Best Practices for Agencies 

Graphs, metrics, statistics, reports… Are you having trouble connecting all of the data in a way that truly demonstrates the value of your services to your clients? You might be uncertain as to how many details your reports should contain or which metrics are most important. And even if you have the right selection of metrics, you might still struggle to organize them in a logical order.

How (and why) to write a follow-up email after an in-person meeting

We get bombarded every day and half the night with endless requests for our time and attention. And even when we let our guard down for a second and open an email, click on a link or respond to someone somehow trying to get us to listen to them, we are conditioned to expect that 99% of these contacts are insincere, superficial and temporary. 

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