How should I ask for a sales meeting by email?

Sending cold emails with “call to action” questions like…

“What does your schedule look like next week?”

Or…

“When’s the best day to get 15 minutes on your calendar?”

Means your prospect MUST…

1. Leave inbox
2. Open calendar
3. Filter
4. Choose days/times
5. Return to inbox
6. Hit reply
7. Type days/times
8. Click send.

Worth their effort?

Nope.

Ask…

“Got 15 min tomorrow at 4?” (best time to reach them)

Asking YES/NO questions have 3 benefits:

1. They can respond in 3 taps. Reply  Y  Send
2. It opens a conversation.
3. It whitelists your email address.

Seek less friction in sales, not more.

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