‘Mailshake’ helps cold emails generate leads with a Gmail account

This easy to use service lets you or your marketing team select from a collection of pre-written messages & after answering a few questions, a personalized email message is generated for your campaign.

With ‘mailshake’ you can schedule follow-ups & emails triggered by link clicks. When a reply is detected, the sequence is stopped. Mailshake takes care of unsubscribe requests & ignores autoresponders.

1 of the best features of the service is that you can set up teams by inviting others to collaborate on your campaigns. You can use any Google account or configured aliases in Gmail. You can then use mailshake’s calendar to optimize hoe your emails are sent, including blocking out weekends, setting the hours of the day & spacing rules.

It’s highly customizable, so you can use merge fields to personalize your messages & preview all emails messages so that you can efficiently make edits.

Mailshake’s features lets you monitor clicks & replies. You can see how your messages are doing by viewing the available charts & statistics. You can scroll through recent activity & a complete history of any recipient can be viewed, including sent emails & replies you’ve received.

The “Lead Catcher” feature lets you respond to leads from right inside mailshake. A lead can be defined by you, the user, as a reply, 2 opens, etc. & you can handle the leads in a single queue.

Mailshake can easily be integrated with industry standard services like Salesforce, & you can create Google Forms or Sheets for sending Mailshake campaigns.

Bang Bang, LLC is the startup that is responsible for the development of mailshake. It’s formed by US-based co-founders Sujan Patel, Colin Mathews & Robert Senoff. The company was founded in 2015 with a precursor product that soon morphed into mailshake, which has been successfully received with 11 million + emails sent. 

– This is a startup profile based on publicly available material & not a review – 

Image Credit: mailshake

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