Have you built your prospect list already?
Finding emails and nurturing prospects is essential for any business growth. However, many marketers believe that it takes a lot of effort, time, and money.
What do you think?
Well, I would say that building a prospect list is a hassle-free process. Here’s how you can also make it easier.
Finding Emails Made Easy
With email finder tools like GetEmail.io, finding emails is pretty simple. This tool incorporates the machine learning algorithm with big data algorithms and identifies the valid email address format of anyone on this planet in a few seconds.
You may try this tool to build your prospect list. Initially, you could begin with the freemium package, which allows you to find ten emails per month for free. And then, when you want to do more searches, you can opt for the paid plan.
Nurture the Existing Database
And if you currently wish not to invest money on any tools and want to nurture prospects in your existing database, you can use the nine-word email strategy.
If you hear this term for the first time, then let me tell you that the nine-word email originated from Dean Jackson.
You may have a lot of prospects you had not engaged with for a long time. With this strategy coined by Dean Jackson, you can quickly re-engage with them and may even turn them into your happy clients.
The nine-word email is the shortest message you would ever send to your prospect.
You may wonder, how does that work? How can one communicate with potential audiences with just nine words?
Trust me, the short email’s conciseness doesn’t conceal its effectiveness.
In this, your subject line will be your prospect’s full name, and the message is a question with nine words or less.
Let’s say your prospect’s name is Jessy Wilson, who runs an eCommerce business. And let us also assume that you offer website development and maintenance solutions.
Imagine that long back, and you sent her an email with her website audit report highlighting some serious issues on her website. However, she didn’t respond to your email, and after several follow-ups, you eliminated her from your list.
Presently, you still find the same issue on her website, and it’s even more severe than earlier.
Now, you can send her an email like this;
“Email Subject Line: Jessy Wilson
Email Content: Do you still need help to revamp your website?
That’s it! Isn’t it so simple?
This is intelligently simple yet highly effective.
The purpose of this nine-word email is to reconnect with your forgotten prospect, highlight their problem, remind them of your solution.
In this manner, you can invest time in some thought processes and create such nine-word email content for your prospects.
What are you waiting for? Give this formula developed by Dean Jackson a try and see if you can acquire more leads.
I hope you would be amazed by the great results. Let me know how it worked out for your business.
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