As the amount of email and digital traffic ever increases, I think the human race is developing a 6th sense: mass marketing detection and filtration. Somehow we can sense if a real person took the time to send a single, personalized email to us and only us. Continue reading “Personal Email In an Age Of Clutter”
Imagine this – you call a company to purchase a new software tool that will help your company by leaps and bounds. You have just a few questions, though, before you feel confident about presenting the idea to your boss and colleagues. When you call, you have the opportunity to speak with a wonderful salesperson who helps you get the best answer to your question. The salesperson also mentions that they have a guide that goes into further detail in answering your question. They commit to sending to you shortly after the call. You are very pleased and hang up the phone ready to receive the document and present the idea to your boss.
There is an art to following up in sales – whether you are checking in with prospects or following up with clients. In either case, your message will be more well-received when you make it relevant for your prospect. Here are three ideas to help your sales followup emails shine: Continue reading “3 Followup Ideas For Sales Emails”
With a new, minimal, mobile-friendly followup design, better calendar integration, email-based actions and a quick followup shortcut, we are happy to say that your inbox is about to be a better place to get stuff done.
Who says email makes a bad to-do list? …or a bad project management system?
Email is still the fastest way to delegate a task. It may not work quite as well as a project project management system or to-do list. But it’s fast, it works, it’s mobile and, hey, you were already in your email, so why not fire off that simple request.
The problem is that once you hit ‘send’, there is no way of tracking whether it gets done! Unless, of course, you enter it in your calendar, project management system, to-do list, or [insert overly-complex external system here].
Now, tracking email-delegated tasks can be done within seconds