Best Bulk Cold Emailing Solution 2021

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Thanks a lot for your questions @Shatzyo .

1. So you do only 14-21 days of warmup with mailreach with their autopilot mode and then you start sending 50 emails from day 15th or day 22th(depends whether you start after 2 weeks or 3 weeks) and then you ramp up by increasing sending +20/30 per day? Why you stop at 100-120 emails? I thought you can safely send 200 emails a day with the warmup running at the same time?

2. Is it ok that i don't set up DMARC , only MX, SPF and DKIM? Cause I don't know how to set up DMARC. I've red many guides but its still not clear for me. Do you create a fresh gmail account for each DMARC for each separate gsuite? Or you use 1 same gmail for as many gsuites DMARC as you want?

3. And finally, are you sure you don't need proxies+multilogin for each gsuite? Because imagine, if you manage not 1 or 3 Gsuites, but let's say you send emails from 50 G-Suites daily? Do you think i can manage 50 gsuites safely from 1 same IP daily?

1. Most of the time you can safely send 200 emails a day with Mailreach warming in the background but you also need to follow the best practices. If you're not following them, you can still have spam problems by sending 200 emails daily. Even if Mailreach is for me the best warming tool, no tool can 100% immunize you against spam if you're doing bad stuff like no custom tracking domain, no unsubscribe link, too many follow ups, being too aggressive / salesy in your cold emails etc. And it also depends a lot on what you sell. If you talk about a service in the health, fitness or money earning field for example => more spam risk. There are areas where you need to be more careful than others. Also, it depends who you target. There are some target people who'll mark your emails as spam A LOT more than others, like doctors for example. Doctors don't work with emails and they receive a lot of prospecting emails so when they check their emails, they have very little time to spend on that and they easily click on the "mark as spam" button. In short : deliverability depends on A LOT of factors so it's always safer to send fewer emails.

2. You should set up DMARC, figure it out, just Google it and you'll find how to set it up.

3. Think one second : let's say you have a company in an office based in New York. You have 50 employees, each employee has an inbox and use it to send emails. You and your employees will have the same IP, does it mean Google will ban you and your employees for sharing the same IP ? No. I've never used Multilogin stuff or whatever to access Gsuite mailboxes.

4. Yes I have different templates if I have 3 sending addresses, but not really spin tax. Spintax usually makes it difficult to measure your results concerning which template works best, etc. And that's important.


Thank you @Shatzyo for the helpful advice

I got the point, adding words before or after like the examples you gave me sounds good
1-What about adding just random (meaningless) prefixes and suffixes like
aabeautyshop.com
beautyshopff.com
beautyxxshop.com
beautyshopp.com
beautyyshop.com

Or it should be meaningful like "visit" "get" "the" "your" ...etc.


2- What about changing just the extension,
beautyshop.com
beautyshop.net
beautyshop.info
If we follow the instructions that you gave us (every user with one sending domain name)

Will beautyshop.com & beautyshop.net & beautyshop.info still be independent from each other in case of spam problem (although they share the same domain name but different extensions)
I mean if you get spam problems in one of them, it will not spread on the others?

1. I'd never have "xx" in the domain as it can be associated to porn stuff. It's better if that's meaningful but that's feeling, I don't have any data on that. I'd avoid using the same letters twice.

2. There are better extensions than others according to Mailreach and I always thought it was the case according to my tests. Just take .com, .co, not weird ones.

3. As long as your domains are different (different extension = different domain), it shouldn't spread on the others, except if you have the exact same emails between the domains / addresses, that's why you need to change the content.

Good luck
 

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How can I write thousand sentences?
My email format:
Subject
Dear
Header
Body
Content
Footer
Signature
I intend to write 5 different sentence for each of them and spin sentences together. Do you know any software can do that?
Thank!
This is what I want thanks
 

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You get good email ideas on BHW, but the learning is NOT complete

You need to develop YOUR OWN SYSTEM. No one else is going to share
their blueprint with you.

You need to take courses on email marketing and become an expert otherwise you
are wasting your time and money

Start with these


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Search the term "cold email"

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At least 20 email courses

Should keep you busy for a couple of years

Sincerely,

The Eye
Unfortunately the mega link is down, do you have it somewhere else? :)
 

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@Shatzyo I love your philosophy-- we have very similar approaches, but I think your's is actually more resilient than mine.

Curious, has anyone seen deliverability (open and reply rate) drop off in the last couple weeks?

We're running dozens of campaigns, and have seen a sudden drop in most of them this week-- even the mature ones that have been predictably effective for months.
 

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Wrote a short guide on this a few years ago. I believe everything is still relevant there.
 

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3. As long as your domains are different (different extension = different domain), it shouldn't spread on the others, except if you have the exact same emails between the domains / addresses, that's why you need to change the content.
Thank you @Shatzyo :)
What I understood is that every sending domain should have its own email/content, right?

if Yes,
2-What about if I have 50 sending domains (for the same client) should I create 50 different email copies? (This would be very difficult I assume)

3-Should the copies be totally different from each other? or just replacing some words by others with the same meaning?
 

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You're right, I don't do mass spam. Mass spam is dying, it just does not work anymore, except for 0,001%, the smartest guys who still manage to trick the system. These guys should spend time to learn copywriting, that's way better in the long run.

Money is in the list. Not completely. Money is in the list AND in your relationship with the list.

I don't send emails and expect people to buy my customers' service right away online. People who buy lists online or get scraped lists, send them emails with an affiliate offer and expect to make good money out of it : this shit does not work in 99% of the cases and people telling that it works are liars. It worked in the 90s / 20s but not in 2021.

I send emails that get replies. My goal is to get a "You can call me tomorrow at 10 am, here's my number XX.".

The true power of email is its ability to personally connect with anyone. That's not the case of ADS. It helps you establish a relationship with people, so to leverage this you need to focus on creating conversations not focusing on making people click on a random link. (and having links in an email does not help you land in inbox by the way).

And 99% of my lists come from LinkedIn, I target CEOs, CMO, Head of Sales, etc. I just scrape LinkedIn with tools like Snov.io, PhantomBuster, etc..

And regarding the money made with it, that's simple. Let's say you sell a product that costs $500. You should aim to get a lead rate of 1%. That means if you reach out to 200 people per day, 2 are leads = 2 calls. That would represent 40 calls per month.

If you close 10 people out of your 40 leads, you've made $5K. $10k if you sell a 1k product, etc...
I like our approach as it is close to what I try to do but my numbers are not as good as yours, yet.

May I ask you 2 questions?
1. Did you say you must speak with each prospect to close a sale? Can it is done via email conversation or via chat?
2. You said you are pro copywriter, this is what I struggle with. Can you recommend me a solution? I try to find a copywriter but it is not an easy task. Most them as either way too expensive or not qualified enough - emails should be short while they keep writing them long.

Thank you for the information in this thread! I appreciate your support.
 

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Thank you @Shatzyo :)
What I understood is that every sending domain should have its own email/content, right?

if Yes,
2-What about if I have 50 sending domains (for the same client) should I create 50 different email copies? (This would be very difficult I assume)

3-Should the copies be totally different from each other? or just replacing some words by others with the same meaning?

It has to be different yes. But different doesn't mean you need to change everything, you can change a couple of sentences + the name personalization (Hi *First Name* or other unique stuff) it should do the job.

Difficult to tell you precisely a number of words, nobody knows that, but I'd say 10% of your content should be different, that's feeling, not based on data / testing, but that's what I follow.

I like our approach as it is close to what I try to do but my numbers are not as good as yours, yet.

May I ask you 2 questions?
1. Did you say you must speak with each prospect to close a sale? Can it is done via email conversation or via chat?
2. You said you are pro copywriter, this is what I struggle with. Can you recommend me a solution? I try to find a copywriter but it is not an easy task. Most them as either way too expensive or not qualified enough - emails should be short while they keep writing them long.

Thank you for the information in this thread! I appreciate your support.

1. I don't speak to the prospect, my clients do. I just generate leads and let them manage the calls. From my experience generating sales from cold emails without speaking by phone to the prospect is difficult. I'm not saying it's impossible, but that's hard.

Why? Because email is conversational and with human interactions, that's not inbound / SEO. You engage conversations, so you need to be ready to speak with the recipients.

This is exactly why cold emailing is much more relevant when selling high average basket services. If you make $10 per sale and you need to speak to each recipient, that's shitty as fuck.

You need to sell something that costs at least $500 I'd say. And I refuse to work with clients who have a low average basket since it would mean I'd have to generate TONS of leads for them.

2. To learn copywriting :
1. Read The Boron Letters,
2. Check https://www.coldiq.com/
3. Type Cold email on Amazon and buy all the books.
4. Run A/B tests and improve.
 

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It has to be different yes. But different doesn't mean you need to change everything, you can change a couple of sentences + the name personalization (Hi *First Name* or other unique stuff) it should do the job.

Difficult to tell you precisely a number of words, nobody knows that, but I'd say 10% of your content should be different, that's feeling, not based on data / testing, but that's what I follow.



1. I don't speak to the prospect, my clients do. I just generate leads and let them manage the calls. From my experience generating sales from cold emails without speaking by phone to the prospect is difficult. I'm not saying it's impossible, but that's hard.

Why? Because email is conversational and with human interactions, that's not inbound / SEO. You engage conversations, so you need to be ready to speak with the recipients.

This is exactly why cold emailing is much more relevant when selling high average basket services. If you make $10 per sale and you need to speak to each recipient, that's shitty as fuck.

You need to sell something that costs at least $500 I'd say. And I refuse to work with clients who have a low average basket since it would mean I'd have to generate TONS of leads for them.

2. To learn copywriting :
1. Read The Boron Letters,
2. Check https://www.coldiq.com/
3. Type Cold email on Amazon and buy all the books.
4. Run A/B tests and improve.Thanks
It has to be different yes. But different doesn't mean you need to change everything, you can change a couple of sentences + the name personalization (Hi *First Name* or other unique stuff) it should do the job.

Difficult to tell you precisely a number of words, nobody knows that, but I'd say 10% of your content should be different, that's feeling, not based on data / testing, but that's what I follow.



1. I don't speak to the prospect, my clients do. I just generate leads and let them manage the calls. From my experience generating sales from cold emails without speaking by phone to the prospect is difficult. I'm not saying it's impossible, but that's hard.

Why? Because email is conversational and with human interactions, that's not inbound / SEO. You engage conversations, so you need to be ready to speak with the recipients.

This is exactly why cold emailing is much more relevant when selling high average basket services. If you make $10 per sale and you need to speak to each recipient, that's shitty as fuck.

You need to sell something that costs at least $500 I'd say. And I refuse to work with clients who have a low average basket since it would mean I'd have to generate TONS of leads for them.

2. To learn copywriting :
1. Read The Boron Letters,
2. Check https://www.coldiq.com/
3. Type Cold email on Amazon and buy all the books.
4. Run A/B tests and improve.

It has to be different yes. But different doesn't mean you need to change everything, you can change a couple of sentences + the name personalization (Hi *First Name* or other unique stuff) it should do the job.

Difficult to tell you precisely a number of words, nobody knows that, but I'd say 10% of your content should be different, that's feeling, not based on data / testing, but that's what I follow.



1. I don't speak to the prospect, my clients do. I just generate leads and let them manage the calls. From my experience generating sales from cold emails without speaking by phone to the prospect is difficult. I'm not saying it's impossible, but that's hard.

Why? Because email is conversational and with human interactions, that's not inbound / SEO. You engage conversations, so you need to be ready to speak with the recipients.

This is exactly why cold emailing is much more relevant when selling high average basket services. If you make $10 per sale and you need to speak to each recipient, that's shitty as fuck.

You need to sell something that costs at least $500 I'd say. And I refuse to work with clients who have a low average basket since it would mean I'd have to generate TONS of leads for them.

2. To learn copywriting :
1. Read The Boron Letters,
2. Check https://www.coldiq.com/
3. Type Cold email on Amazon and buy all the books.
4. Run A/B tests and improve.
Thanks a lot for your helpful knowledge @Shatzyo

I have few more questions:

1. What email address do you use for each email where you will be doing cold emails? Do you recommend creating a separate gmail account for each mailbox DMARC?

Let's say i will send cold emails from 3 emails:

[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

Do i need to create a separate gmail account for each mailbox DMARC that i will use for cold emailing? Or what do you recommend?


Let me know, thank you!


2. What target would need cold email(lead generation) service? Can you tell me what emails(from what niche) i should target to offer my cold email(lead generation) service? Let me know, thank you!
 

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Also @Shatzyo, can you recommend someone who is very good at cold email copywritting? I'd like to hire someone to create some templates for my cold email campgains. Let me know!
 

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+1 question @Shatzyo , what services i can promote through cold emailing? At least what services/products you know are the most common to sell through cold emailing?
 

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Hey Shatzyo. I did everything as you told. I used mailreach, warmupinbox and other warmup tools for different G-Suite accounts. I ran warmup for 3 weeks on each gsuite. Then started sending 50 emails from day 1st , then increased by +20 emails a day. But on some days i get good open ratio - 60% , and on some days i get a bad open ratio - only 30% or so. Where is the problem? I set up DKIM, SPF , added unique tracking domain. So i did everything 100% right. Is this the problem with my email template or where do you think can be the problem?
 

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As explained :

If you're warming the email accounts (not just before sending but also while sending) and have a good deliverability with the warming (where the warm up emails land), you should have a great deliverability aswell with your campaigns. It means your sending reputation is fine.

But if when you send your own campaigns, you have a low deliverability and shit open rates => it means it comes from your content (links, spam words, tracking domain) or the tool you use to send your campaigns.

Because you can have a perfect sending reputation and still land in spam because of bad stuff in your email or by using a shitty email automation tool.

Use the spam checker from Mailreach, they've built it to help solve this and it works damn well. It tells you where you land with a score.

Once you know your score, change your content and launch a new test until you get a better score.

Here is it : https://www.mailreach.co/email-spam-test/

Good luck mate
 

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The Solution I have been using from 6 months:

1. Gsuit (Google workspace account or Zoho emails)

2. Set a workflow, what to do when some one replies, someone doesn't replies, Follow up, Someone added to the current list. Just make a workable workflow to make the things more crystal clear. You can use mindmaps or figma

3. After making a workflow, Connect your email list from any source to Mautic, install Mautic its a free and open source solutions doesnt costs just need to set up properly, By using this I alone saved my big chunk of money in Email Tools.


4. After setting up the Mautic, make a segment, make a campaign, build your campaign using your workflow that you have made previously.

5. Now its the time for testing and publishing.


6. Check, AB test, and Keep the best version of your campaigns.
 

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The Solution I have been using from 6 months:

1. Gsuit (Google workspace account or Zoho emails)

2. Set a workflow, what to do when some one replies, someone doesn't replies, Follow up, Someone added to the current list. Just make a workable workflow to make the things more crystal clear. You can use mindmaps or figma

3. After making a workflow, Connect your email list from any source to Mautic, install Mautic its a free and open source solutions doesnt costs just need to set up properly, By using this I alone saved my big chunk of money in Email Tools.


4. After setting up the Mautic, make a segment, make a campaign, build your campaign using your workflow that you have made previously.

5. Now its the time for testing and publishing.


6. Check, AB test, and Keep the best version of your campaigns.
Did you try SendGrid 100 emails for free per day via API + Mautic? I inbox but my email copy (or service, or sales process) sucks.
 

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Did you try SendGrid 100 emails for free per day via API + Mautic? I inbox but my email copy (or service, or sales process) sucks.
First Validate your emails before shooting, use tools like mail-tester .com, and set up your SMTP accordingly. After getting a good score start sending.
 

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First Validate your emails before shooting, use tools like mail-tester .com, and set up your SMTP accordingly. After getting a good score start sending.
Getting 10/10 all the time :)
 

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my question is, does anyone know of a way that I can use autoresponders like Activecampaign or Convertkit to be able to send thousands of cold emails a day? (any tricks to get past their scrutiny system?)
Auto-responders cannot work for that purpose. Your account will get flagged really fast.
 

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As explained :

If you're warming the email accounts (not just before sending but also while sending) and have a good deliverability with the warming (where the warm up emails land), you should have a great deliverability aswell with your campaigns. It means your sending reputation is fine.

But if when you send your own campaigns, you have a low deliverability and shit open rates => it means it comes from your content (links, spam words, tracking domain) or the tool you use to send your campaigns.

Because you can have a perfect sending reputation and still land in spam because of bad stuff in your email or by using a shitty email automation tool.

Use the spam checker from Mailreach, they've built it to help solve this and it works damn well. It tells you where you land with a score.

Once you know your score, change your content and launch a new test until you get a better score.

Here is it : https://www.mailreach.co/email-spam-test/

Good luck mate

Hi Shatzyo -

Do you set a recovery email in gmail

How do you avoid a lot of phone verification?
 

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Unless you have quality responsive email list,you won't get success.No matter how powerful email sending system you design and setup,get lot of domains,lot of ips,lot of servers,unless you don't have a good quality email list.Your all efforts will die in vain.
 
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