40 cold email subject line examples guaranteed to get opened

As the founders of Prelo we have to wear multiple hats. I am the “sales guy”, Emily is our recruitment person with some marketing thrown in, and we deal with everything else in between. What’s clear for me is this…  there’re often times when we’ve had to reach out to strangers to help us achieve a goal.🏆

To do that, we both had to learn how to craft and send cold emails. What we figured out was this, cold emails need to lead with an offer. Our main goal was to make our cold emails a frictionless interaction. 

Yes, over 4 billion people are using email, it’s one of the easiest, safest, most affordable, and effective ways of connecting with people. Despite being one of the oldest forms of electronic communication, email marketing still gets some of the best results compared to other more modern techniques.

That’s why we use cold emails to reach out and connect with our prospects. 🤝

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🎙Founder Stories : Stephane’s Startup journey as the founder of OpenVC

We are now on a roll, so much news coming and I can’t wait to share. Today, I’ll be talking to Stephane Nasser about the venture capital ecosystem, and how OpenVC is setting out to advocate for founders especially when it comes to fundraising. 💰

Stephane is the cofounder of OpenVC, what’s funny is that I’ve been promoting OpenVC for the past year. So I’m very proud to say that we formed a partnership this year. 🚀

I’m looking forward to finding out how OpenVC can help my Startup community find the right investors for them.

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🎙Founder Stories : Edward’s Startup journey as the founder of Go For Vertical

A staggering 90% of Startups fail, and 45% of them fail because there’s no need for the product. Finding a steady stream of customers interested in buying your product requires more than just a good product. 

It requires good marketing, and most of us founders suck at this. 😏 

As founders we don’t employ marketing early enough in our Startup journey. We’d rather wait until we’ve spent 12 months building the tech or $150,000 on development teams. 💳

…but there’s a 10x cheaper alternative, and Go For Vertical is that solution.

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7 Things customers wanted to know about our Startup !

We launched Prelo in August 2021, the journey to date has been challenging but exciting. Ask any founder bootstrapping and they’ll tell you how hectic it is when you have to wear multiple hats in a Startup 🤹‍♀️

I personally did a lot of growing up in the last 3 months. Interesting story (to be shared soon) but we launched Prelo days after our previous Startup failed and I have to say, the journey was completely unchartered. 😥

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Startup funding stages, Pre-Seed to Series D Explained

I share a lot of information about Startups and funding 💰, so I figured it was time to write something that broke down what each funding stage means, how much is typically raised and what the investors tend to look for at each stage of funding.

I also had a secondary reason, I want to help our customers better understand our data so that their products and services can be better positioned to their ideal customers.

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Get your startup funded with a kick ass pitch deck

Perfect time to write this blog as we’re right in the middle of kicking off a fundraise for our startup, and naturally you’d expect this blog to be an easy one to write…

Well, it’s proving to be a little more challenging than I’d expected. I know what you’re thinking hmmm…
“he’s not a YCombinator amlumni or a founder with multiple exists, so what does he know about pitch decks”.

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