85: How Reply Marketing Can Help with Sales w/ Matt Benati

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This is a podcast episode titled, 85: How Reply Marketing Can Help with Sales w/ Matt Benati. The summary for this episode is: <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Email marketing is a huge component of a campaign and when we let replies just drop, we lose the potential of future customers.</span></p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">When we focus on reply marketing, we can essentially help our sales team gain more valuable information on the customer making the customer journey more specific.</span></p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">When we send out newsletters and continuously send them monthly or quarterly there may be a low response ratio, but we found that it generates 20% net new additions to the database.</span></p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">When a customer sends back an automatic response we can take that information to gain more insight in the future prospect. It can give us a much higher connect ratio, a much more engaged conversation, it will enhance the list of people we have, and update further information about them (i.e ask about their vacation, how they are feeling after being sick out of office, etc.).</span></p>

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Email marketing is a huge component of a campaign and when we let replies just drop, we lose the potential of future customers.

When we focus on reply marketing, we can essentially help our sales team gain more valuable information on the customer making the customer journey more specific.

When we send out newsletters and continuously send them monthly or quarterly there may be a low response ratio, but we found that it generates 20% net new additions to the database.

When a customer sends back an automatic response we can take that information to gain more insight in the future prospect. It can give us a much higher connect ratio, a much more engaged conversation, it will enhance the list of people we have, and update further information about them (i.e ask about their vacation, how they are feeling after being sick out of office, etc.).