Some messages that you send on a regular basis — daily or weekly — use a consistent structure. With Mailbutler, you can customize email templates to streamline the way you write everything from your weekly updates to your ordinary sales pitches.
In this post, we will describe how to use this feature, and how it can help you to save time.
Some messages don’t change very much 🔁
Whether it is a sales pitch or a quarterly report, the structure and meat of many emails you send will be similar to another email you’ve already written. Some information may be new or personalized for a recipient. Overall, though, each sales pitch shares much of the same content.
If you write a new email from scratch each time you want to contact a new lead, you end up wasting time recreating the skeleton of a message that you’ve already written. Much better would be to save a template which could then be personalized for each customer relationship you have.
Mailbutler lets you save email templates 📝
You can create pre-written messages as templates with Mailbutler’s email service. Fully customizable email templates with images, links, and tables allow you to get a head-start on often sent emails.
This feature from Mailbutler is ideal for customer support workers and salespeople but can be used by any professional who wants to spend less time rewriting similar messages. By using a customizable template, you can spend more time cultivating the business relationships that matter.
It’s a tool designed to help you get work done efficiently 🤓
Go ahead and save yourself some time! Install Mailbutler for Apple Mail, Outlook or Gmail and create your first personal email template. Once you start working with one, you won’t want to do without it.
Extra tip for sales people: We’ve published a sales series “How to Master Sales with Mailbutler“ focusing on sending cold emails and tending to hot leads. If you’re interested, you can have a look at the first post of the series on cold email targeting and initial outreach. The rest of our blog posts can be found on unpacked.mailbutler.io/.