If you’ve done any guest posting before, you know Slovenia Email List the pain. Guest posting is a massive time-suck. Unless you’re a big name who gets a ton of inbound requests to do guest posts, it requires a consistent, concerted effort to find and secure Slovenia Email List guest blogging opportunities. For new websites, the solution to secure guest posting opportunities consistently is cold outreach. But how do you scale that effectively? I’ll share the answer as I break down the cold email outreach experiment I did to secure guest post opportunities. 1 A Word on Cold Slovenia Email List Outreach 2 Overview of the Cold Outreach Experiment 3 How to Do Guest Post Outreach 4 The Results 5.
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Thoughts on Lemli’s A WORD ON COLD Slovenia Email List OUTREACH Cold outreach works. I know it works because I’ve used it to close clients, secure guest posting opportunities, build links, and, most importantly, build relationships. Here’s an Slovenia Email List example of a content marketing project I recently closed from my outreach: Cold Email Outreach And here are the results from various cold outreach campaigns I ran on Lemli’s in June: Results Slovenia Email List from various cold outreach campaigns that ran on Lemli’s Ignoring the emails that bounced back due to incorrect email addresses, the campaigns’ results are pretty healthy. Overall, I had a 70% open rate.
and a 20% response rate. From the 334 prospects Slovenia Email List I sent emails to, I got 40 responses, which translates to about 20 calls. That’s more than enough to fill my small pipeline with prospects. Even if my close rate is a meager 10%, I’m bringing Slovenia Email List on two new clients every month through cold outreach alone. Still not convinced? Shane Snow (co-founder of Contently) sent 1000 cold emails to C- and VP-level executives from the Slovenia Email List Fortune 500 (some of the busiest people on the planet).[*] Here are the results: 707 emails delivered successfully 45.5% open rate 1.7% response rate (still notable considering the position of prospects) Now