Sandra's love of the written word and the English language inspired her to turn writing and translating into her daily bread and butter. Right now she’s sharpening her pen to bring you the best of articles about follow-up emails, deliverability, and email optimization.
It’s impossible to retain 100% of your trial users. In some cases your product turns out not to be the best fit for them, their priorities change or they’re hoping you’ll develop it in a direction that’s just not aligned with your vision.
There are other reasons trial users don’t convert, though – ones that you can control.
When you send out an email, it goes through a series of SPAM-filtering tests that determine whether it will be let through to the inbox.
And sure, this doesn’t really stand in the way of your email getting through when you want to just grab a coffee with friends (unless there’s 500 of them and you’re emailing them all at once with the same message), but it might prove problematic when you’re reaching out to prospects or clients and your messages keep being mistaken for SPAM.
See how to make sure your emails are getting exactly where you want them to – to the contact’s main inbox.
Are you worried you won’t get what DNS is all about because you’re not a tech-savvy person? Well, neither am I. It’s for other people like me that I did my best to get to the bottom of this topic and explain it in plain English, as simply as possible.
I’m excited to announce that as of now, Hunter is natively integrated with Woodpecker. So if you’d like to use the two apps to streamline your email outreach, there’s no need to do it via Zapier (as you would have up till now).
In this article, we’re taking a closer look at Hunter.io, and interviewing Marvin Magusara to find out more about the tool that has been extremely popular around professionals who deal with prospecting.
Keep reading to see if Hunter is the right tool to add to your stack and what you could get out of the Woodpecker + Hunter native integration.
As a middle-man handling the communication between employers and candidates you’ve got a lot on your plate. There’s identifying the traits of a perfect candidate for a position, reaching out, and keeping track of who’s where in the recruitment process…
Would you like to make it easier? See how to communicate with candidates and employers after an interview.
A while ago I wrote a blog post about hiring an SDR to handle cold mailing at your company. Today we’ll take a look at another important role in the sales team: a Business Development Representative – and how to hire one.
How does this position differ from a Sales Development Representative? Where to find the right candidates? How to determine whether they’ll be good at their job? Use the tips I offer in this blog post and you’ll find the right BDR for your sales team in no time.