Managed Email (PDF)
Follow-up voice contact with a closely timed email to boost responses and generate more results. Synchronized Email is an add-on service that is paired to run in conjunction with live voice contact or Guided Voicemail™. It’s an easy way to make your campaign a multi-wave/multi-touch outreach.
Individual delivery – It’s a closely timed email that is sent within a 2 hour window after live contact or voicemail has been left. Synchronized Email is not a batch email blast, it’s an individual delivery method timed according to when voice contact was made.
Why it works
– What the best sales reps do: Synchronized email mimics the workflow employed by the best sales reps. For every voicemail or live contact made, we’ll send an accompanying email within 2 business hours. The synergy between the voicemail message and the email has been shown to boost response rates by 145% or more.
– Look and feel of personally crafted: Provides you with the same typical statistics as your in-house "marketing" emails -- click-thrus, opens, bounce-backs -- but at the same time, maintaining the look and feel of a personally crafted conversational email.
– Inbox visibility: Synchronized contact is timed to maximize the connection and promote “inbox” visibility. Boxpilot developed the service based on learning about boosting response rates with media combinations, style and timing.
– Pre-sell your offer: Introducing your program with voice allows you to pre-sell the offer and drive your audience to your email. Email is an ideal follow-up vehicle because of the speed of delivery, the amount of information you can include and because with email, your targets can respond with only the touch of a button.
Mark Smith... gets voice contact (voicemail or live) at 10AM on Tuesday, and he gets your synchronized email within a 2 hour window afterwards, sometime before Noon. The close timing gives your target a chance to reply multiple ways, by voice instructions or on the email. Voice contact can say “...and I’m sending you an email, look out for it, or call me at….”.