Automation: Sales Pitch

How to create a Sales Pitch automation email campaign

Baris Ergin
Written by Baris ErginLast update 1 year ago

Create a winning pitch by sending a series of emails to your subscribers

The Sales Pitch automation sends multiple email templates to your subscribers of your choice.

You can design several email templates that will be sent in series describing your company or an introduction to your business to guide the customer through your products and services potentially increasing your sales.

You insert the campaign name, recipients and the from address as you would do in a regular campaign.

See How To Set Up Campaign Recipients for the recipients section.

For the email design part you have to select different designs to be sent each day of the campaign run, starting with the first Sales Pitch template and following with the rest of the designs as desired.

After that you get to the timing section.

On the timing section of the Sales Pitch Email Automation you have to select the sending time when the campaign will be sent (either schedule for later or send now), if you choose schedule for later the first campaign to be sent out before the rest, you have to specify the date and time when the first one will go out.

If you choose to send now the first email gets sent immediately, then the rest is sent according to the time settings you make.

You need to select after how many days the next template will be sent, then select the days of the week.

You have to select a specified time, the email will be sent only at that particular time on the selected days (see picture above).

Then set up your desired time zone and as in regular campaigns you can turn on gradual sending and google analytics if you want to.

See also:

Getting Started With Automations

Automated Campaign Overview

Automation: Education Series

Automation: Onboarding Series

Automation: Lead Nurturing

Automation: Recurring

Automation: Date Based

Automation: Welcome Email

Automation: Happy Birthday

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