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6 Comments - August 9, 2017

One of the challenges email marketers face today is making sure their messages are actually being read. Emails are an integral part of modern day life, with over 206 billion messages sent every day. With so much correspondence flying around, it’s nearly impossible to predict whether yours will be opened or trashed. But if you …

10 Comments - July 25, 2017

Ping-ping-ping Hear that? That’s the sound of stale emails getting dropped into inboxes. Boring, right? Aaah! Ooooh! WOW! And that? That’s the sound of people reading emails with kick-ass signatures! Believe it or not: Email signatures have become a crucial part of our content arsenal! So now we have to ask ourselves: Is my email …

34 Comments - May 24, 2017

Like you, I want to know how to rank higher in Google’s search engine. And, just like you, I’m skeptical of claims that read: “Rank #1 for any keyword in 7 days!” So many of these declarations are bogus… But, what if I told you that it’s actually possible to rank for a high volume keyword in a …

9 Comments - March 17, 2017

You can waste your time scrolling through every article about how to pitch journalists like a pro, or … Trust me when I say: I just scoured the internet and compared all the best info about how to get publishers to swoon over your pitches, so I can be sure … All the best solutions …

3 Comments - December 5, 2016

After I wrote a lengthy post about cold email, I got a number of people asking me: “Dmitry, can I use these examples for leads and prospects?” My answer was always the same: not quite. Cold emails are often different from conventional business messages. With the former, your main objective is to grab enough attention to …

10 Comments - November 1, 2016

In early 2015 Google launched something called Google RankBrain, it is the third most important factor in the Google ranking algorithm. If you can optimize for Google RankBrain, you have a leg up on the competition in SERPs. Following this change in Google’s algorithm I was able to gain 44.1% more organic traffic through the …

No Comments - August 17, 2016

After many sleepless nights. after many declined party invites, and endless sales email drafts, something special came into this world. Your product! Your baby. That was actually the easy part. Next comes selling it. Ah selling. The 7-letter word that strikes terror into the hearts of many business owners. But you know who really has …

10 Comments - July 4, 2016

As a startup founder I know that all startups are desperate to grow fast and get noticed. We all want fast exposure and we don't have a lot of money to hire a PR firm or a lot of time to perfect our PR outreach approach.We just want influencers to spread the word about us and known publications to cover us.At JustReachOut we have over 2K+ paying customers (who are startups and entrepreneurs). When I speak with most of our customers there is one question all of them ask me most of the time

18 Comments - June 3, 2016

Let me ask you: Do you sign your emails with a '˜Cheers' or '˜Thanks'? Pffff. Boooring!You might say: "Who cares?"But think about it, do you want an easy way to leave an impression on your recipient? Sure, of course.Leaving an impression on my recipients and getting an emotional reaction out of them has not only helped me get responses but also won a ton of business for me.I went through a mental shift not long ago: treat every email not just as a way to communicate and get stuff done but also as a way to create certain feelings and get my audience to remember me.

17 Comments - March 23, 2016

I answer about ~100 emails a day from our customers, I try to reply to as many as I can myself, I love to help folks one on one as much as I can. The most common question I get from entrepreneurs trying to pitch press is the following:How do I make my pitch sound less pitchy? How do I stand out? How do I make a cool story out of this?

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