Stop selling right now, and read this. The next hour could be the best one you spend all year.
Some Sad news, and some Great news.
Sad news:The Sidekick blog is no more (it was the best out there for sales, delivering tips you could use that actually made your sales numbers go up there and then)
Great news: They spill the beans on their data. This includes:
- analysis on 20 million sales emails sent and how to get them opened
- the actual email templates that have closed over £50m in sales
- the #1 reason your emails don't get opened, and what to do about it.
Clear your diary for the next hour and click the link to read the full report...
“To open, or not to open?” That’s the question running through everyone’s mind each time they skim their inbox. And if that someone is a potential customer, the answer to that question could become the difference in our paycheck. So, naturally, we want the answer to be “open.” Of course this leads to the next dilemma ... “To respond, or not to respond?” And the answer to this question also has the power to change the figures of our paycheck. So, naturally, we want the answer to be “respond.” But, how do we get them to open and respond? That’s the question running through our minds, and the one that we’re about to answer. Below we break down the steps to writing and sending an effective sales email.