I found an Inbox Blueprint review online that I thought could help my efforts at email management. I’d been trying to sells some of my written catalogues and products using other programs and didn’t seem to be getting anywhere. I had emails come in and did the usual techniques of responding immediately. I even had a few opens, as they call them, but usually people seemed to lose interest quickly. Of course, it could be the product. I didn’t think so, however. I thought it might very well be the email marketing tools I was using. I needed a better software package.
The Inbox Blueprint seems to do a lot of things my other software couldn’t do. For one thing it’s really slick when it comes to setting up responses to email inquires I receive. It can do this automatically whereas with my other software I had to really keep on top of the emails as they came in and try and get the material out quickly. That meant I’d often miss them when I was away from the computer or asleep. The automation feature here is just so much better than I expected to see a vast improvement in my sales.
I’ve only been running the software for a few weeks and I’ve seen a huge improvement in customer interaction. I’m getting more emails, getting my stuff out to the customers in seconds, and they’re responding through increased purchases and increased customer interest. While I would say it’s too soon to say whether I’m going to see a massive increase in sales from using this software, it does look promising. Anyone who is selling online absolutely should use this software to increase their sales and interactions. You simply can’t leave your customers hanging. Go ahead and try and make that sale!