A Simple Tip to Improve Email Conversions by 21x

By standss Monday, May 22nd, 2017

I was shocked to read in a lead response management survey that said that your odds of qualifying a lead in 5 minutes versus 30 minutes drops 21 times. That’s within the first 30 minutes! The same survey shows that you have 10x greater chance of just contacting leads if you contact them within the first hour.

How can you use this information for the emails you send out?

You need to know when your emails are opened!

Assuming that you are using email to make reach out to your leads, the survey indicates that you have a significantly greater chance of contacting and qualifying a lead if you call them within 5 minutes of them reading your email.

An email tracking solution that tells you when recipients open your emails can give you a significant return on investment.
Now just because someone opened your email does not mean that they are necessarily interested. However if they are interested you need to talk to them NOW!

You need to know when your emails are opened!

We recently released a new version of EmailCaddie that lets you track opens, clicks and replies on emails that you send out. This can be used for individual emails that you send out as well as email merges to lists of emails.

Within seconds of a recipient opening an email, you will get a desktop notification similar to one of the following,

Now you will know who you can focus your time on with the greatest chances of success.

We have launched the new version of EmailCaddie with brand new pricing. You can also download a fully functional trial version by clicking on the image below.

(During the launch period, you can also get a further discount on the Standard Version by using the coupon code LAUNCH)


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