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.
I hate pushy marketers, but at the same time, I’d love to help you update your blog post [[referring_page_url]] with fresh and up-to-date information.
Just ping me if you decide to update the outdated link, and I’d be happy to provide you with 1K free requests to your Hunter account to say "thank you" for your efforts!
And yeah, I’ll not bother you again with follow-ups. Feel free to reach out to me whenever you have any questions.
Have a beautiful day and stay safe.
Have you had the chance to quickly check the guide I sent you?
I emailed you because I think it’s a great match with your blog post: [[referring_page_url]]
If you are not interested or there is another person you would like me to follow up with, please let me know.
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.