I’ve shown you in the past how exactly, step-by-step, we get meetings with cold emails, at least from those initial emails.
In this blog post, I want to go even more in depth and show you the exact drip that we use when sending out cold emails.
Let’s jump to it:
Our exact cold emails template here:
This is the exact video you saw on that blog post:
Then we’ll send an email like this, sometimes we’ll start with this one, sometimes we’ll send it second, it doesn’t really matter:
The ideal practice for you is to try to write a lengthy email where you kind of outline everything you do. Then, send a shorter email highlighting specific information if you’re connecting with a specific industry. Feel free to use any pattern or template available.
The above ideas are templates I send to everybody on the drip, and since I’m only targeting Mobile App Development firms, these ideas work for every single one of those.
Think about who your target clients are, and for that drip, what two ideas you can send them.
With two days after that last email, I’ll send this with a direct link to my Calendly:
Then finally, if nothing else works, I’d send this:
And this one is five days after that last cold emails I sent.
You’d think that a ‘breakup’ email doesn’t work, I thought it wouldn’t work for a while but this is actually our second highest convert emails.
The first one gets the most responses but the final email does get the second most responses as you can see.
That’s how we do it, that’s how we send cold emails when we don’t get responses. Feel free to try it yourself and tell me how it went!