When designed well, contextual actions can be very powerful. It’s a design pattern where you suggest the next best course of action or pick defaults without the user explicitly asking for it. Benefits are reduced friction, feature discovery, and enhanced experience.
Multi-touch sequences are proven to be more effective at getting replies from candidates. Every time you send a follow-up message you increase the chance of eliciting responses.
The subject line is the most important part of the email. If your subject line is unexciting, looks spammy, or infracts email etiquettes there is a good chance that your email will never get read.
Designing the best email or LinkedIn message is essential for getting higher responses but not sufficient. Timing matters! If you are looking to improve reply rates, here are a few data points that can help you time your outreach.
Cold emails usually have a low response rate. To increase the possibilities your candidates open and respond to your emails, make sure you personalize the message. Here are a few tips that can help you get a positive response from candidates.