Hey folks, here’s another rapid fire episode where we answer the most interesting questions about cold email. This week we talk about the most successful cold email tactics and how to apply them for the best results. Let’s get into it!
Rapid Fire Questions:
- Have you ever cold emailed the CEO of a big company?
- Are cold emails becoming less effective?
- How do I write a cold email for a summer internship at a tech company in Silicon Valley that would generate a response?
- Does cold emailing VC firms ever work?
- Are there any angel investors that would accept a cold email asking for a meeting if it explained everything related to their start up?
- What are the best ways to improve the response rate for a cold email?
- I am about to start a Cold calling 2.0 campaign for my startup. Are there any recommended suggestions, templates, scripts or best practices?
- Is selling or pitching a product better than sending a cold email followed up by a call?
- What is the best source to learn about cold emailing?
- Is sending a cold email to someone in their native language a good idea?
- What is the most innovative cold email you have ever received?
- Cold emails are not working for my B2B startup. What am I doing wrong?
- How can I get big B2B clients using cold email?
If you have a question you’d like us to answer, send an email. Also, check out other rapid fire episodes listed below, you may find some of your questions already answered there.
Happy cold emailing,
Jeremy and Jack
Rapid Fire Episodes:
- Episode #027 – Rapid Fire: Quora’s Top 10 Cold Email Questions, Answered
- Episode #034 – Rapid Fire: Top 2 Books, Favorite Tools and Random Cold Email Tips
- Episode #040 – Rapid Fire Round: Prewarming, Advanced Merge Tags And How to Revive Your List
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