I’m writing to follow-up on my previous email as I didn’t hear back from you. If it makes sense to talk, let me know how your calendar looks.
If not, could you please let me know who the appropriate person for me to talk to is?
Thanks for your help,
Hope you had an amazing weekend.
Wanted to see what your team thought of my suggestions… Let me know if I can help at all.
All the best,
I get it. Working with a [[your type of company]] isn't a priority right now. It seems like you don't have plans to [[service contact was interested in]]. Is that true?
I won't reach out again, but please feel free to get in touch if you need help with [[services you provide]].
All the best!
I'd like to follow up on how we can cooperate in the content matter.
I'm open to discuss the details here, alternatively, we can set up a call here.
P.S. If you're not the right person to this matter, I'd be happy to know the right contact to talk to.
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We are in the process of closing files for the month.
Typically when I haven't heard back from someone it means they're either really busy or aren't
interested. If you aren't interested, do I have your permission to close your file?
If you're still interested, what do you recommend as a next step?
Thanks for your help.
As a marketer, you certainly know that:
1- Google has just massively changed its algorithm.
2- The ongoing battle between Facebook and Apple over user privacy will result in ad performance being a bit shaky.
Under such conditions, you can't rely on SEO, social media ads, etc.
As we all know, Irina, the most stable, secure, and profitable form of revenue in your business is OWNED REVENUE.
That's the revenue you make from email marketing.
I recently looked at your email sequences and I’d like (with your permission) to make some suggestions.
Would you like me to send them through? Would you love to know the techniques I use to help my clients have better clickthroughs and increased revenue?
Reply YES to this email and I’ll send my suggestions to you.
It was a pleasure talking with you last night at [[event name]]. It was so interesting to learn [[something you learned about that person or their business that stuck out to you]]. As for grabbing a coffee some time, I'd love to take you up on that!
Do you have any availability this or next week? Good times for me are [[let the good times roll here]], but I will be glad to work around your schedule. Let me know if there are any days or times that work for you.
It's been a while! It looks like you've been doing some exciting things since we worked together at [[company]]. How is your [[current job]] going?
I'm sure things are busy, but is there a day soon when you might be free to catch up over lunch or coffee? It'd be great to reconnect. I hope you've been well.
I can imagine you are probably fairly busy but I thought I would circle back in case you missed my first email.
We are a specialised search firm that is looking for engineers like you at a great company that is backed by some of the best investors and growing at a breakneck speed. We think you perfectly fit the bill and we would love to chat with you about it.
Would you be able to take 10-15 minutes out to chat about this role. I promise I won’t waste your time.
I know you must be super busy, is there someone else on your team that might be a better fit for me to reach out to for chatting about [[your service medium]]?
It was great to meet you last night at the [[event name]]. I enjoyed our conversation afterward — particularly [[describe a specific aspect of the conversation]].
[[Provide something of value here]].
Stay in touch,
The subject line is the first thing your prospects see, and they may decide whether or not to read your emails based on the subject line only.
So try not to be too obvious by having “Follow-up” or “Just checking in” as subject lines for your follow-ups. Be a bit more creative and write a catchy copy that makes users open your email.
These are the key rules to follow while writing subject lines for your follow-ups: make them personal, keep copy short, ask intriguing questions.
Read more: How to Craft Perfect Cold Email Subject Line
At Hunter, our key rule is to focus on writing irresistible emails instead of adding too much follow-ups. So we recommend limiting to three follow-ups for your cold email campaigns. If you are sending too many follow-ups to someone who’s never heard about you, you may seem an annoying person and damage your company brand.
If you still feel three follow-ups is not enough or that you can provide more value/spark interest for your prospects—don’t hesitate to use other channels. Twitter or LinkedIn could easily help you to deliver your message on a personal level.
Around 90% of emails are opened on the same day they are sent. The same for the responses—the chances are that your prospects get back to you the same day your campaign was sent are much higher.
So don’t wait for too long to send your follow-up email. Typically, 2–5 days is the best timing to remind prospects about your offer.