In this blog, we are going to show you how to create a group email in Gmail using two methods: First is the professional and effective method that requires a specialized tool and gives you scalable reports while the other method is the native method (advisable to be followed if you send group emails occasionally and don’t require recipient’s engagement data).
For the sake of your productivity – can it, and get some real work done.
Why are canned responses in Gmail so popular these days?
You are planning for an excellent product launch. For that, you have decided to pitch industry leaders, top influencers, and bloggers to help you spread your product announcement. You’ve built your product promotion checklist to create the best out of it. Now, you have started outreaching them with a stunning cold email that you have created and hit the “send” button and now waiting for them to answer.
Do you really need to wait to know whether they have opened your email or not?
Of course not. You can track your email if they have opened or not. Whether you send it from Gmail or Outlook or any other email client, you will be able to know who and when someone opened your email pitch. Moreover, you can measure the success rate by tracking the open, reply, and click rate at the same time.
When it gets to emails, the impression you make – on your customers, readers, clients, friends etc – dictates whether your email(s) will be read or not. One way of doing that is by carefully choosing the “from” name that won’t stir resentment. Otherwise, your open rates may take a nosedive.
There are many other reasons though why someone would want to make the changes.
This post discusses what happens when you send your email and how to change your email name.
What happens when you fire the email? Clearly not anything close to “Your email was successfully delivered to contact name so and so.”
It’s quite sickening that even at this age of technological advancement, popular email clients like Gmail still refuse to accept attachments to the north of 25MB because of Gmail attachment limit.
It gets worse if you don’t get to know whether your email was opened (or not) after putting such efforts in sending it.