5 Ways to Become a “Pro” with Professional Email

Find out the 5 ways people use Professional Email to streamline their work, save on time, and build a confident relationship with their customers.

Small business professionals and owners spend a lot of time on email. Each email is an important piece of communication and could contribute to your business in many ways, like building relationships, selling your products, giving a great customer experience, building your brand, growing revenue, and much more. 

Speaking with Professional Email users, we’ve found 5 ways that help them to achieve their goals on a daily basis:

  1. Find if people read your message: If you’re sending an important email to someone, find out when they’ve opened it by setting up a read receipt. This also helps keep people accountable reading and replying to your email to move your business forward.
Read receipts in action
  1. Save time with email templates: Sending lots of emails can get quite tedious. No wonder email templates are one of the most used features. This helps you set up an effective template that you can tailor to the recipient and save on your precious time.
  2. Set up reminders and forget the rest: It’s easy to forget to reply to an email or follow up on an answered one. Our memory is already loaded with too many to-do list items so follow-up reminders help you make sure nothing slips through the cracks.
  3. Stamp with your signature: Maintaining a professional image is important for keeping your customers’ trust and appearing credible online. Signature builder helps you have that image every time you send the email and preloads all the information people need to reach out to you.
Signature image

  1. Create rules for your inbox: If you’re wearing many hats or working on multiple projects at once, staying organized is crucial for your success. Set custom rules with predefined conditions to automatically organize and filter your emails into folders. Simply create a rule, define the criteria for the rule, and your emails will be auto-sorted into the folders of your choice.

Are you ready to take your email experience to the next level? Try Professional Email free for 3 months and see how these features help you.

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  1. photojaq

    How do you start and grow an e-mail list? I try to promote my blog posts by putting links on group Facebook pages I belong to but you tell me this is Spam. I don’t know how to grow my readership.

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  2. thetarotboulevard

    All solid advice. Thank you

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  3. For Singles and Couples

    Hi Semiha.
    I see it’s already been mentioned.
    In my experience, you’re correct, the only way to build a great mailing list is to integrate and be a part of a good communicative existing network.
    It’s a battle, as most people tend not to use emails, unless they are running their own business.
    Signal, Telegram, WhatsApp and SM in-boxing, has taken over, being the apps/platform used for general communication.
    Making things tough for those wanting to continue to promote via e-mail.

    Liked by 2 people

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  5. mutazart

    Hello, I cannot login can you send me the details of my login. Thank you Elmutaz Abdelsalam

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  6. king Andy lean

    Hello how do I give my site exposure

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  7. Cailean Webster

    Is it Gmail

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Top Picks

    Yes actually email marketing is such a wonderful tool to spread the business and double the profit if you are running business online

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