Ugh… the brutal “bcc.”
Don’t you hate it when someone sends an email to you and a zillion other people using “bcc?”
It feels so impersonal and lazy.
Kind of like wearing sweatpants to a nightclub.
Or getting everyone in your family the same present at Christmas.
And it certainly doesn’t make you want to take action, right?
I don’t know about you, but I feel like “well, if he couldn’t even be bothered to send me a personal email, why should I do what they are asking me to do?”
But here’s the rub… it’s also not easy to send individualized, personalized emails to dozens or hundreds of people all at once.
In fact, it’s a pain in the butt.
Which leads me to today’s question, which is “How can I quickly and easily send emails to dozens or hundreds of people without them feeling like I’m spamming them?”
Well, I will show you.
But first: why does this matter?
In business, the personal touch makes a big difference.
When you send someone a message that says “I don’t care enough about you to personalize my email message to you,” then you’re likely to get a similar response.
That is… you may get no response at all.
So… here’s a quick video showing you how you can send dozens or hundreds of individualized, personalized emails without having to spend all day crafting individual emails, using a tool called “Scalemail” in Contactually.
By the way, you can see my full review of Contactually here (and do a free 30 day trial so you can try out the Scalemail feature).
Now go send some personal emails.
And whatever you do, please don’t wear sweatpants to a club. That’s just wrong.