Today I want to show you the actual cold sales email I used when I was pitching social media services to large non-profits and enterprise sales.
Somebody posted this question on our private Facebook Group, which you can get in if you’re a Patreon backer.
The question was:
In which ways can you search and get contact with potential clients for mobile apps developers?
How To Cold Sales Email to Companies:
How did I find the companies that I emailed?
I did it almost exclusively through the job board. For instance, the company I’m going to show you is a non-profit called Global Footprint Network, they’re one of the big ones who, if I’m not wrong, figure at the top 50.
The reason I found them, was because they were hiring for social media managers on Indeed.com
You can do the exact same thing!
Search for social media, search for mobile app developers, iOS, whatever skill you want to develop for on the enterprise and that’s how you can build the list.
Alternatively, you can look at the App Store, for which I did another in-depth video on how to find the leads there.
So here’s the actual cold sales email:
As you can see, some warm sentences go first, then another about me.
I called up two specific companies, -both when I was working with at Dom&Tom-, a few ideas to help them improve their business.
He got back later the same day looping me with someone else and then I sent a lot of ideas over.
They liked it and got back to me so we could book a meeting to talk about it more.
This was a good enterprise deal-meeting booked with cold emailing.
If you’ve taken Ramit Sethi ‘Earn 1k’ Course, this was for 6 2015 and a lot of this is pulled from there so it’s worth digging into Ramit Sethi as well. Or you could use this script too!
Thanks! See you next time.