Reply Blog on allbound sales automation

Remember that moment from Harry Potter? Well, that’s exactly how my inbox looks like before every single holiday :)

What’s more surprising is most of the emails came from just a couple of companies who wanted to get my attention with their holiday offers soooo badly.

Lucy Literado
VP of Marketing

Outbound prospecting can and will help your inbound marketing efforts. For example, you can use outbound prospecting to secure marketing objectives like guest posts which will drive inbound leads.

partners
partners

When I was a kid, I was petrified when I saw Cube—prime numbers still give me the shivers. My friend would hide behind the sofa during Doctor Who, peeking out then ducking back whenever the Daleks appeared.

William Oleksiienko
William Oleksiienko

Agency Hackers gives people who run agencies (such as creative, PR, and marketing agencies) the chance to meet up and talk business in a unique setting.

Olivia Milton
CMO

If you’re struggling with outreach (and it’s never not a struggle), these four stories about cold emails will help kickstart your campaign.

Will Cannon
Will Cannon

Cold emails…
People ignore them.
People don’t see what’s in it for them.
People stop reading halfway through, not willing to waste more time.

Rimma Sytnik
Rimma Sytnik

There’s this myth that once you have an inbound lead, you don’t have to do anything and they’ll magically convert all by themselves.

George Vitko
George Vitko
Sales Executive

Hey Reply users!

Wherever you are this summer, and no matter how hot it is outside, your email campaigns will continue to bring you new leads, while you hit your sales quotas.

Oleg Campbell
Oleg Campbell
CEO and founder

Crafting a great email is hard work.

You need to know your prospect, grab their attention with a snappy subject line and then write a message that convinces them to take some kind of action.

Lucy Literado
VP of Marketing

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