Buyers’ inboxes are jam-packed with sales emails — most of them terrible. To cut through the noise and differentiate yourself from all the other spammy, pushy, hard-charging sales reps out there, you need to separate yourself and your message from all the rest.
But knowing precisely how to go about that isn’t the easiest thing in the world. And despite a sales rep’s best efforts, beautifully customized and personalized emails often go unopened and unnoticed.
What’s a salesperson to do?
Mike Pici, head of sales for HubSpot’s Sales division, put together a SlideShare on how to write emails that buyers actually want to respond to. The presentation has 295k+ views to date:
Clearly, the guy knows a thing or two about composing interesting and compelling sales emails.
Not getting the results you’d like with your emails? Join Mike on the Inbounding Slack channel today at 2 PM EST for our very first “sales email office hours.”
Here’s how it will work:
- Request an invite to HubSpot’s Slack channel. You’ll receive an email with login instructions shortly thereafter.
- Join the #sales room at 2 PM EST.
- Copy and paste your sales emails into the room, and Mike will give you feedback. (Don’t have a template to share? General email questions are fair game.)
- Send better emails to your buyers. Give Mike a virtual high five (see below).
Get real time feedback on your sales emails on Slack today at 2 PM EST. Hope to see you there.