Cold Email Insights #5


I’ve got some excellent cold email examples for you today (and one that’s not-so-excellent).But before we get to that, the most clicked link from the last newsletter was Autoklose’s free email template library.

Here are this week’s cold email resources…

🧠 Brain Power

Write personalized cold email quickly. This videoteaches a repeatable process for personalizing cold email sequences (every touch) in 2 minutes per prospect.

On Indie Hackers, John Saddington highlights a really good cold email. The email “worked” — he ended up getting on a call with the woman who emailed him. One thing he appreciated about the email? She got to “the point” in the second sentence.

⚒️ Resources 🔗

This blog postfrom Neil Patel offers templates for 11 cold emails that generate a response. Be sure to check out the “free help” email.

Are you checking all your links before you send your email campaigns? GMass’ link checker helps you ensure your links are valid and not broken and that they’re pointing to where you intended. The best part? This toolis free and can be used with any email marketing service.

🚨 Cold Email of the Week 📧

Today’s cold email is from the “what not to do” camp. It’s not the worst, but it just isn’t effective. It also includes an attachment — a big no-no for a first cold outreach.

via this tweet.

That’s it for this week.

I hope you enjoyed issue #5.

Ajay Goel