In fact, this is useful for every niche as you can customize the templates to suit your business/products/services. Yes, it does include:Hey There ! Can you let me know what niches are covered in this? and does it include Followup emails?
Is it similar to the vault / cold email. mastery?
Thank you so much for the honest review. This can only help improve the eBook.OP approached and offered me a free copy of this ebook in exchange for my honest review.
At first, I thought to myself that this is an ebook with many different pitches for B2B sales. I was surprised to see their many different types of email copies such as link requests, approaching a competitor's client (which is a practice I'm not a fan of), and responding to a question a prospect posted online.
Not all of them are great, some of them missing a letter or a word here and there, and I found some word choices a bit weird. But overall (especially to someone like me, that really hates sales and reaching out to other people) this book is very useful.
OP says here in the thread that these emails require some modifications and adaptations to make you close a deal, and I think that's right. But if one of the templates here will spark an idea in your head, or help you figure out a different angle for your go-to sales pitch, it is well worth the $40 ($24 after discount).
The ebook I got contains 98 email templates (I counted): cold emails, follow-ups, and break-up emails.
The topics of the emails vary a lot from each other (one of them even quotes Sherlock Holmes).
Some are super specific, to a point that I really doubt I'll be able to use them, such as one email that speaks about a prospect's favorite team. But again, I think they are made to inspire you to come up with your own ideas.
What I think should be improved in an update:
1. Create a proper table of content (containing categories, email title, and usage), link it to the page in the book, and number the templates.
2. Fix missing letters and spelling mistakes.
3. Some emails require some tweaking
4. Some of the templates have a short explanation before them, but I think that a short explanation should be added to every one of them.
5. Add a few more emails, at least to get to the point where "100+ cold email templates״ is a true statement.
Overall, if you are looking to get copy&paste emails - this is not for you. I feel like OP should've taken a few more days to work on polishing it before it was released.
Potential buyer: You will have to rewrite every single line in any email you send so it will fit your prospect, product, what you are trying to achieve, and to add a twist to make sure your recipient didn't get the exact same email from 4 other people. If you are willing to look at it as a "notebook of rough ideas", you can get a real value here - but it does require some work. At $24 I think this is 6.5/10.
- The eBook I got contains 100 email templates (approx).
- All are unique, nothing like copy-pasted.
- They are short (approx 250 words) and straight to the point.
- The best of all is variety, the eBook contains different types of copies such as link requests, elevator pitch, approaching a competitor's client, mutual connection etc. he touched on every possible outreach copy possible.
- Spelling Mistakes
- Lacking attractive subject lines (Emails copies are good, but subject lines needs improvement.)
Overall a good product.
UPDATES!I was offered free review copy of this ebook, downloaded it yesterday and here is my review:
The ebook is in pdf format with almost 100 pages.
Nicely framed guide with email templates categorized based on situation and approach.
These are those many (100) unique templates for anyone even if you are new to cold emailing.
You can just change few dynamic words there and use them depending on your campaign.
You can alter the content if you want but, that totally depends on what you are promoting here.
It's a steal deal at that price to get 100 templates.
Overall this guide will suit everyone. Nice collection of templates to have in your email collection.
Thank you for the honest review!I was given a review copy of the PDF by the seller in exchange for my thoughts.
Overall I found most of the emails to be well written and not too tacky.
Although I don't do cold-emailing campaigns myself, I would much rather receive a cold email from this list of 100 than the usual stuff I get in my inbox from non-native English speakers.
One of the biggest takeaways for me was the emphasis that the seller puts on following up and actually developing some type of sales funnel for the various stages of warming up the cold lead.
Some of the tips that I see in this PDF are similar to what I've learned in marketing books written by millionaires, so it is definitely on the right track.