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Close $100K Deals With These EXPERT Sales Email Templates

– What's up? It's Jamal, and welcomeback to the channel. In this video, we're gonnatake a look at emails written by some of theworld's top sales experts and break down the strategies that will help you land more clients and even bigger commissions. Who doesn't want that? Name one person that doesn'twant that, I dare you.

You can? It's terrifying. If you wanna get themost out of this video, click the link in the description to HubSpot's free salesemail templates kit with email sequences thathave closed 100,000 in 30 days to specific email types thatcan get a 76% response rate. This kit has it all. So first things first.

I just learned thateight out of 10 prospects prefer to be contacted via email, which means it's really important to make sure your message isperfect before you hit send. When it comes to B2B sales, email is essential for building a rapport with potential clients. Being polite andprofessional isn't enough. Every word in your email needsto be carefully constructed.

To move the reader in the right direction. And that's why we reach outto half a dozen executives from successful agencies,world-famous training programs, and sales tech startups and ask them to share provenemails that work for them. These emails can bedivided into three groups: first touch emails, follow-upemails, and break up emails. The best sales people use all three to nurture leads and close those deals.

Let's start with first touchemails. (vocalizes beep) (laughs) Like the name suggests, these are the firstemails sent to a prospect. These can be solicited or unsolicited. We have examples of both, but let's start with anunsolicited email template. A great technique forsending unsolicited emails is to start by asking a prospect who the best person is to speak.

With in their organization. This is obviously important because you don't wanna waste time soliciting the wrong person. But it also starts a conversation with a very simple question that the prospect can answer with ease. Most people are instinctually helpful as long as you don't ask them.

For something super complicated. So instead of hittingthem with a hard sale just introduce yourselfwith a friendly inquiry that is super easy to respond to and open a line of communication. Next, and if possible,reference someone else in the organization whoyou have communicated with. This creates social proof that will subconsciouslyencourage the reader to respond.

Finally, and with a clear call to action that the reader can respond to. In most cases, you'retrying to set a meeting, but you can encourage any action that strategicallycontinues the communication. You can also offer two CTAs, given the reader a choicein how they respond. Another proven technique when sending unsolicited sales emails.

Is to approach a prospectwho is new to their position. This is effective because the prospect is less likely to be set in their ways and is more likely to belooking to enact change, change that you happen to be offering. Excellent work. Let's take a quick look. Again, you see the social proof. Then congratulate theprospect on the new role.

Now here's where things get interesting. Try to commiserate what the prospect about how stressful a new role can be. Then quickly offer torelieve some of that stress and finally invite the prospect to share their experience with you. This builds trust with the prospect while also allowing you to begin discovery on how your company canservice this potential client.

All right, so now thatI've shared some strategies on unsolicited first touch emails, let's take a quick lookat first touch emails in response to an inquiryfrom the prospect. These are obviously easier since the prospect hasalready expressed interest, but there are still techniques you can use to optimize your response. Oftentimes, a prospectinquiry will include questions.

About your product or service, and your natural instinct willbe to answer these questions in your response, but not so fast. Our sales experts recommendthat you use these questions as an opportunity tohave a deeper discussion with the prospect. You can say something like, “There are a couple of possibleanswers to your questions. “I wanna be sure I'm givingyou accurate information.”.

Then, and as you probably guessed, hit them with a CTA toset a time for a call where you can custom craft your response to satisfy the prospect's needs. And whenever possible,take the opportunity to create a sense ofurgency for the prospect by saying something like, “You said you were hoping toget started by next month, “but I'm not sure we're gonnabe able to make that timing.

“if we don't get a meetingon the calendar this week “to discuss next steps.” If I said that too fast, don't worry. It's all in the sales email templates that you can download in the description. (bouncy music) – This data is wrong every freaking time. – Have you heard of HubSpot? HubSpot is a CRM platform.

Where everything is fully integrated. – Whoa, I can see theclient's whole history, calls, support tickets, emails, and here's a task from threedays ago I totally missed. (upbeat music) – [Female Narrator] HubSpot, grow better. – No matter how good yourfirst touch email is. Few of them will lead directlyto you closing a deal. That's why follow-upemails are super important.

Follow-up emails can takea lot of different shapes depending on what previously occurred. For that reason, we have a large variety of follow-up email templates. The most successful sales people send up to five follow-upemails to every prospect. I'm not gonna go over all ofthese templates in detail, but let's hit on a few key tips that apply to most, if not all scenarios.

The first step is to mirrorthe way the prospect speaks. You can directly quote back something that is said in a previous exchange, or simply use the samelanguage as the prospect to describe their challengeand your solution. Second, mention something personal that the prospect revealedduring your previous exchange as a way to continue buildrapport with empathy. And speaking of empathy,.

It never hurts to remind the prospect that you have your ownsupervisors to report to. You can say something like, “My boss asked me about thestatus of our communication.” You also wanna think of different reasons for contacting the prospectinstead of just checking in. You can share a recent article that might further inform the prospect. This shows that you'reworking to provide a solution,.

Even when you're not selling the prospect. If you gave the prospecta trial of your product, and they didn't convert to a customer, you could reach out forfeedback on your product. Again, you're not trying to sell here. You're just trying to get theprospect back on the hook. You can even offer theprospect some sort of incentive like a gift card inexchange for their time in helping you to improve the product.

Unfortunately, even acouple hundred dollars at Dave and Busterswon't close every deal. Sometimes you have to cut your losses and send a break up email. The point of a break up email is twofold. It allows you to close outa prospect and move on, but it can also trigger aresponse in your prospect when other fall-out methods have failed. In fact, you might be(indistinct) to learn.

That HubSpot's own salesteam sees a 33% response rate from their break up emails. That doesn't mean thatthey all become sales, but it at least keeps linesof communication open. If you're wondering what we say to achieve that 33% response rate, you can find it in the templates. We also have a few versions of other companies that do even better.

Like the, “I feel like a stalker” email that gets a 70% response rate, and the reigning championof breakup emails, “permission to close your file,” which our sales experts saynets them a 76% response rate. That's madness. It's important that your breakup email not come off as passive-aggressive. So if you're new to sales,.

You definitely wanna stick to the script, which has been vetted by experts. Sales is a game of rejection, but you never want to close the door to future interactions with any prospect. That's why our breakup templates are sure to remind the prospect of your continuing interests to solve their business problems.

While softly closing the door behind you, which is actually how I'mgonna close out this video. Just a general reminder to like this video and subscribe to this channeland a final suggestion to download our proven25 sales email templates. Do it now so you don't have to go back and search for the linkafter the next video plays. That's called creating urgency. See what I'm doing.

You get it. Thanks for watching, and I'll see you next time. That's why we reached out to a… And that's why we reached outto (mumbles and rolls tongue.) (upbeat music)

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