If you figure it out please pm me the answer. That way I can make BILLIONS selling it to people that want their email opened. Don't be confused with it selling anything, it won't sell but there must be a way to get people to open it before they trash it.
The odds of email marketing working is slim to none.... maybe less.
Hello.. Just to let you know, I stuck with a the basic subject line : Janitorial Service
And I personalized the email as much as possible to include the persons name if I could find online, and I am already seeing great responses. Here is my email below:
Good afternoon _______,
Would you be interested in receiving a commercial cleaning quote from us? If you were thinking of changing your cleaning company, I would love to stop by and introduce myself. Then provide you with a cleaning quote, at your convenience of course.
In the mean time, if you would like more information about our services, please visit our website here: www EdmontonOfficeCleaning com. As well, you can call/email any time.
What's the best marketing then I'm just starting and handed out a couple hundred flyers and sent out a few hundred emails , I hear cold calling is good but what should I say when I call or what other ways work it has been 1 month since I started advertising and have only gotten one response
Here are some I thought of off the top of my head. Feel free to try them:
Are your kids playing in a dirty home? - We can help.
Embarrassed when guests come over? - You might need a home cleaning.
Got dirt? - Don't worry, we'll take care of it.
When was the last time your home got the attention it deserves?
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1. “Let’s talk about [topic/idea]!”
If you’ve done your research, you should know what topics interest your prospect. This subject line should spark some curiosity when it appears at the top of the prospect’s inbox. Everyone enjoys discussing their favorite subjects, which makes this subject line so enticing. Consider playing around with this, using business and personal topics, depending on the tone you want to take. 2. “A [better/smarter/faster] way to [reach a specific goal]”
Everyone wants to be able to achieve their goals faster and more efficiently. The key to this cold email subject line is your understanding of the recipient’s most pressing business pain points. Rather than coming to him or her asking for something, you’re coming to the conversation as a giver – a bringer of solutions. Who wouldn’t want to engage in that conversation? 3. “Can I help you with [reaching a specific goal]?”
This subject line takes a similar approach as the previous one, but with a slightly more submissive tone. Rather than outright offering your services, skills or expertise, you’re asking the recipient if they require your help. To be effective, you should know what challenges with which the prospect is currently struggling. This tactic shows that you understand their situation but does not make any overt assumption about their ability to solve it. 4. “Quick question regarding [project]”
With this prompt, you’re doing two things: You’re placing the recipient in the position of the expert and you’re showing that you value his or her time. When you start with the assumption that the prospect holds the answer to a key question, you make them feel good. People like to be helpful, especially when they can show off some niche expertise. 5. “Hey [name], check this out”
Have you ever heard your name shouted in a room of strangers? You look around expecting to see someone you know, but really there’s just someone else in the room with the same name as you. This is the cold email subject line equivalent of that shout. It piques the reader’s interest using a familiar tone and practically begs them to open the email. 6. “[Name], looking forward to seeing you at [event]!”
If you know your prospect will be attending an industry event – perhaps they’re a speaker or brand representative – this prompt will certainly grab their attention. It assumes a certain level of familiarity, but that’s the whole point of networking at events. Showing that you’re going to the event also shows that you likely share the same interests and goals as your prospect. 7. “Where do I even start?”
Start with what? Your target reader will be curious to know what has you so exasperated. Is it a problem they can help you with? There’s only one way to find out – by opening the email. Since this subject line is abstract, you’ll want to make sure the first line of your email is just as eye catching – and much more specific. 8. “Are you prepared to overcome [specific challenge]?”
Once again, this is a subject line that indicates your understanding of the recipient’s challenges. You’ll have to do some research to make an informed guess at what challenges are most pressing to him or her. If you have that information, you’ll be able to spark the prospect’s interest in a potential solution. 9. “[Name], I need your advice”
This is the email equivalent of Princess Leia’s famous plea to Obi Wan Kenobi. Stopping just short of saying the prospect is your only hope, this subject line indicates that you respect the prospect’s expertise on a given subject. But note that it doesn’t specifically call out the topic. That’s intentional. The reader has to open the message to find out what he or she is needed for. 10. “Have you been to [local establishment]?”
This tactic requires some (light) cyber stalking. If you know where the prospect works from, you can search for a highly rated restaurant near his or her office. Then, you can request a meeting with them at this neutral location. If you’re lucky, you’ll land on the prospect’s favorite lunch spot, and it will be that much harder to turn down the invitation.
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