Dean from Sumo here. Hope you don’t mind me reaching out :)
We help businesses like [[Client 1]] and [[Client 2]] to grow their email lists and traffic.
I’m curious who might be best to speak with about email marketing at your company?
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I noticed a broken link in your article [[title]].
[[Describe the broken link, in what part of the article]]
Actually, I work at Hunter and I was reading your article because we are working on exactly the same thematics. To be fair, I think our article about [[topic]] would be a great replacement to the broken link :)
Either way, I hope this helped you out!
One of my dear friends and our mutual acquaintance [[connection name]] very enthusiastically recommended your name for a Community Operations Manager that I’m looking to fill for a client.
They have been ranked as one of the fastest-growing startups in the [[industry]] and this role will play a key part in their client acquisition and retention activities. They are looking for someone who is obsessed with customer satisfaction and can contribute to the continued success of the Community Operations Department
Do let me know if you are interested in discussing the role and company in more detail.
I am flexible with my availability. Thank you for your time.
I’ve noticed that you are linking to this article on how to find someone's email address in your [[referring_page_url]] blog post.
But I’m afraid that the content you are linking to was originally published in [[year]] and missing some of the effective email lookup strategies.
I just wrote an awesome blog post on a similar topic which is more thorough and up-to-date:
We analyzed more than 12 million email addresses and added to the blog post some unique data insights that were never published online before.
If you happen to find our content useful, perhaps you would consider linking to it from your article.
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]]?
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.
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Haven't heard back yet, so I'm assuming this isn't a priority at the moment.
Please feel free to reach out if that changes. Would love to give you a quick look at the platform and show you what agencies like [[AGENCY 1]] and [[AGENCY 2]] have been able to do for their clients using Cloutly.
Until then, all the best.
I saw that you've had a few great posts from contributors on your site. Just wanted to let you know that I’ve written a lot on [[insert topic here]] and would love to put something together for your blog. Here are some of my past posts in case you’re curious.
[[1. Link to post #1]]
[[2. Link to post #2]]
[[3. Link to post #3]]
Also, I looked through your site and came up with a few topics that I thought you might like.
[[1. Topic A]]
[[2. Topic B]]
[[3. Topic C]]
Do you think any of these topics would be a good fit for your blog?
Thanks in advance!
Do you struggle with [[problem]]? [[describe problem in greater detail]]
Here at [[your company]], we’ve helped many other businesses deal with this problem by [[short explanation of your product]]. Businesses we’ve worked with have seen [[evidence of tangible improvement]] as the result of [[product]].
Would you like to speak to me and learn more about how we can help? Let’s set up a phone call soon.
I know you receive dozens of emails where everyone asks you to link back to their website.
I confess this is one of them.
But let me tell you about two benefits you would get from it:
1. Your content will be more up to date. I noticed that you are linking to an article with some outdated tips on lead generation in your blog post: [[referring_page_url]]
2. I wrote an article detailing lead generation strategies for 2020 that our team and marketing experts tried and tested: https://hunter.io/blog/b2b-lead-generation-strategies/. I think it is a great match!
I will be delighted to provide you with 1,000 free requests on our service Hunter (if you are not a user yet, Hunter is the leading solution to find and verify professional email addresses).
Let me know what you think :)