I was browsing through your brand's website and decided to reach out to you because I have a couple of ideas that could help you generate more business.
Would it be a bad idea to just speak for 15 minutes?
If yes, let me know why?
Thank you for your interest in Whatfix and for raising a demo request with us.
We understand that every business is unique and has its own requirements. So we want to give you a demo that shows how Whatfix solves "your" needs. In other words, a demo customized to your wishes!
To do that, I would need to understand your requirements better. I just need about 15 mins of your time to understand more about your requirements and pain points and we can show you how Whatfix can solve them!
How does your calendar look today?
Had to reach out when I saw you’re a Harry Potter fan.
Ever have a sales rep lose a competitive deal and wish you could use Hermione’s time turner necklace and change the outcome?
And in such a competitive space, your reps having the insights they need to win more competitive deals is just as important as Hogwarts 1st year staying out of the forbidden forest!
Likewise, that’s what your love about Klue. They have the insights reps need to win more deals, right at their fingertips. It’s like a Nimbus 2000 for your sales team.
I don’t expect this note to cast a spell on you right away, but you be opposed to learning more?
Hi [first name],
Noticed on SimilarWeb that Kuarto is using an omnichannel media strategy.
Companies using this strategy usually struggle to measure the impact on their ROI.
Our budget allocator has helped similar companies like [company] put their money where it matters.
Open to see how it works?
I’ve tried to reach you a few times over the past week or so to go over suggestions on improving your customer relationship management efforts, but haven’t heard back which tells me one of three things:
You’re all set with a CRM and I should stop bothering you.
You’re still interested but haven’t had the time to get back to me yet.
You’ve fallen and can’t get up and in that case let me know and I’ll call someone to help you
Please let me know which one as I’m starting to worry!
I noticed you never scheduled a time for our chat and wanted to try one last time. As you can see, I’m pretty persistent.
I really hope we can jump on a call this week to discuss potential synergies. If I don’t hear back from you, I can’t promise I won’t try again 🙂
You can use the link below to book the time that works for you best:
Hi [first name],
Here's my first follow-up to the email I sent 2 days ago — Outreach is automatically sending this to me.
Most teams we work with send out a highly personalized "manual" email and then follow up with a simple auto email to keep the conversation going.
By mixing manual and automated steps reps immediately double their productivity.
Here is where we are in our follow up the sequence with you:
- Outreach sent the first email DONE
- Today you received this reply thread that Outreach sent for me
- two days later, the system will send another reply for me
- the next day, Outreach will tell me to call you
- later the system will tell me to send a LinkedIn InMail to you
- two days later Outreach will tell me to call you
- four days afterward I'll look at your LinkedIn profile so you see my profile picture in the "Who's Viewed Your Profile" section
- the next day, Outreach will send you an email for me
- another two days later Outreach will tell me to call you
- after two more days, Outreach will show me that you haven't replied and tell me I need either put you into another sequence or halt for now
Another email is on its way in 2 days - does it make sense to talk before then?