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26 B2B Cold Outreach Templates - all for free... 🤝🏾

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    Nice stuff, thanks for sharing

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    Thanks for the templates! Question for one of them.

    super sorry for the cold email but I had come across your company

    I read somewhere that you should avoid starting off with "sorry," because you're immediately disqualifying your offer. Signifies that you're taking time away from the person instead of being there to provide value.

    The recommendation was to thank them instead, example "thanks for taking the time to read this cold email."

    Reading it now, that looks really minor though. Seems like either way would be fine?

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      I honestly couldn't agree more with you!

      I will amend the template.

      @0x_abrar

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    I use this resource as well: https://moosend.com/templates/

    Thanks for sharing Kyrill

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    Thanks for sharing! These would be great in a Notion template - would allow users to quickly create a new template every time they send an email. Could also sync it up to some rough form of a CRM built-in Notion.

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      You're 100% correct.

      Looking to post more next week! Will make sure they are on Notion)

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        Looking forward to seeing it!

  5. 2

    These look amazing! Thanks a lot!

  6. 1

    Very useful. Thanks for sharing.

  7. 1

    Awesome! Thank you for sharing. This is really going to help me.

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    Thanks for sharing

  9. 1

    Very useful. Cheers! ✌

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    I would immediately send your email to spam after reading: "super sorry for the cold email" I'm extremely jealous with what enters to my email and this is something I'd discard right away.

    Thanks for sharing them, though. It's definitely a great idea but you need to improve them.

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    I like zero of them. Sounds extremely salesy. Nothing useful here, sorry.

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      I respect your opinion.

      Note that these templates are intended primarily for CTA based outreaches; appointment setting, getting traffic, etc.

      Hence, why they might seem a little "salesy"...

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