What Can We Use B2B Cold Emails for, besides Prospecting? (Updated)

What to use cold emails for besides prospecting

 

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?

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Customer Case Study: A Peek Inside Imaginaire Digital Agency’s Cold Email Strategy

Two weeks ago I was approached by one of our customers, offering to share their experience using Woodpecker. I knew I wanted to hear their story, so Seb and I collaborated on this customer interview you’re about to read. Here it is. Learn how one of our customers – Imaginaire Digital uses email automation to send multi-touch campaigns, how they went about it, and what kind of results they usually get.

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How Leadberry Automates Email Outreach with Woodpecker

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There’s a group of prospects that visit your website at least once but they don’t take any action whatsoever. They don’t sign up for a free trial, they don’t sign up for a newsletter. Sometimes they might do that out of distraction, heavy workload, or absent-mindedness rather than them not liking your offer.

Zoltan Gero, our guest writer for today, believes it’s a perfect reason  a trigger to contact those prospects by sending them a not-so-cold email campaign. He describes a step-by-step process of contacting those companies using Leadberry and Woodpecker integration via Zapier.

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How I Wrote a Cold Email that Got 50% Reply Rate

Not 50% open rate, mind you. 50% REPLY rate. That means half of the people I wrote to actually replied to me. And 100% of those were kind replies. Not “leave me alone” or “unsubscribe” kind of replies. I started some nice conversations and got a couple of people on Skype – which was the purpose of my email. Here’s my exact copy and some comments on how I constructed it.

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