Social Selling with Clever Email Tricks
In this week’s collection of interesting things on the Internet, we focus on social selling and tools to improve your emails – those two combined could be a nice weapon to use.
Here, at Growbots, we love simple and automated solutions, so initiatives like Email Hunter appeal to our style! Remember how we wrote about the LinkedIn trick? It could be the perfect extension!
This is really an astonishing solution. We were totally impressed, and half of the team could not wait to get the free trial. Crystal knows! She really knows how to write to people based on personality profiles.
Every one of us has a person at work who uses GIFs in emails . . . and most of us love it! Moreover, it’s starting to become a trend in email marketing. Giphy could be a bullseye.
Tricks to test
Tracking your users’ behaviour may be the answer to various problems. Analysing the data will help you plan and look ahead. How can you use cohort analysis and what you can get from it? Benn Stancil gives you a ready-to-try guide.
The last time I mentioned Botify, I came to the conclusion that taking a closer look at SEO is a very good idea, especially when there are things you can do by yourself. Matt Woodward explains how to quickly remove bad backlinks.
Killer startup content
Reading a reasonable amount of content every week often leads us to a familiar conclusion: relationships matter. Tremendously. Always.
- 5 key learnings points from analysing top B2B SaaS pricing pages – Ed Shelley asks: “what if your current pricing page is letting your whole product down and tripping up or confusing your potential customers?” And he gives us a five-point answer.
- The most important social selling lesson an inside sales rep can learn – Chris Snell writes about social selling. Social selling is a very complicated and often misunderstood technique, and we’re glad that Chris wrote this awesome post about it!
- And to back up the theory that social selling works, see Greg’s prezo from Open Reaktor – he explains how he uses Twitter to generate hot leads.
Have you found something interesting in the depths of the Internet this week? Share it with us in the comments section or on Twitter.