Labeled as discuss in General Domain Discussion started by Mohammed Azheruddin, Apr 11, 2018.
i use Just the domain name .
any suggestions ?
LongBadDomainName.xyz >> shortdreat.com
I like to use their current domain plus my suggested one with the least amount of garble between them so they can get a good look at the two side by side.
From all the ones I tried I find it gets me the most responses.
This is solid. Any issues with getting through spam filters having multiple domain names in the subject line?
well, Thats like touching there inner thing . which is not good. I like your idea.
I use Xyz.com Digital Asset , Xyz.com , Xyz.com domain name for sale , XYZ.com digital name .
Great tactic, I would normally use the domain name or the First name of the person I am emailing. By showing both of them side by side you make them think of why it makes sense to upgrade.
I did make a spelling error
should have read
LongBadDomainName.xyz >> shortgreat.com
I send out about 150 emails a month and from everything I tried this works best for me because they see their crappy domain right next to my suggested better one. I track when my emails are read and that subject line has almost double the reads from any other subject I have ever used.
I get past spam filters very easily because I only send out single emails targeted to well researched companies. I will seldom ever get spammed because the email states facts and how their business could benefit from a better domain. Most of the time they will hang on to the email for quite a while because I see them re-reading it even months later and at that time I may send them a quick follow up.
nice idea! I will try it
Good idea @MapleDots ! Haven't thought of this. What tools are you using may i ask to track your campaigns? Or what would you recommend?
I'm personally fond of HubSpot. They allow you to track e-mail read receipts, and their integration with G-Mail is spot on.
thanks @Secured I'll check 'em out!
I use their name where available or their company name if i find an email on their website.
If the owner of an end user is John Doe
My subject like will be Dear John Doe.
I don't need to explain why it would get higher open rate, do I?
or in some cases, if the company name is App Ray, I would use Dear App Ray
Some times, I use both their name and the domain keyword ...
Seeing my name in an email subject line is a usual indication of spam. It was done extensively a number of years back. So much so that I actually made a filter for my name. If it was in the subject line it was directed to spam.
Totally agree with @MapleDots . I send such emails to spam on automat, without even bothering to see who the sender is.
Well, you are not the only one in the world, neither do you everybody think or see things the way you do.
When I started using that line, my email views increased!
I bet letters shouldn't be addressed with such opening line lol. I would consider domain name used in the subject line spammy than seeing a name.
Just keep reading responses like the one from @golan up above and you will see that I am not the only one with that opinion. Nonetheless like you state it is my opinion and if it works for you then more power to you. There is no right or wrong here, only what works for you in your business.
I agree. As much as I'd like the idea of a "guaranteed simple domainer system," I'm learning to get in where I fit in.
Separate names with a comma.