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Smart Ways To Do Better Follow-Up Emails[Infographic]2 minutes read

Want to improve your follow-up emails and reach more interested people?

Then here are two simple things you can do right away:-

1.Increase the number of the people you send follow up emails to

When doing follow-up emails, it’s always best to email more. Not that it will give you a higher response rate but you’re actually reaching more people in a day. And, that what matters.

The more you know people who are interested or not, the more you can save time and move on to find people who are interested.

Remember, there are always smart ways on how to do effective things better that won’t take so much of your time.

You can actually schedule your composed follow up emails using SalesHandy Auto Follow Up Feature where you can send them for later and easily track them.

If you’ve run out of ideas on how to write follow-up emails better, here’s a helpful infographic HubSpot and visme created on how to write better follow up emails without mentioning that you’re obviously checking in.

2. Run an A/B test on your follow up templates

First, compose multiple follow-up email templates. You can write as many templates you want. Use the first template on the first day of testing, second template on the second day, and so on.

It’s important that you take down notes while you are running this test such as how many responses you got, how did people respond to your email and the time you sent your follow up email.

It’s also best that you run this A/B test for one week so you can fully see and identify the things that are working and what aren’t.

As days go by within that one week, you will discover something helpful or learn new ideas. That’s what experiments are for anyways.

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This infographic was created using the Visme. An easy-to-use Infographic Maker.

By Nayomi chibana

Nayomi creates, develops, and manages content for Visme web presence. She also oversees a team of writers and designers and manages online marketing and outreach campaigns.

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