Cold Email Warm Up Tools...
What’s up guys!
Kyrill Krystallis here with another one!
I wanted to take time to lay out my favourite email warm-up tool as well as give a quick explanation of how they work for those looking to potentially build out their own “homemade” solution.
How do email warmup tools work?
These tools work by building small “bot-nets” of inboxes that all communicate with one another on a daily basis, as well as monitor whether any of the conversations fall into spam and report to the user on how their email is performing in terms of deliverability.
Reporting front-end of Warmupinbox
How easy is it to build one?
I am not exactly a developer but I think they’re pretty easy to build as long as you have a basic understanding of oAuth 2 API’s (Gmail & Outlook)
I think it’s doable with no-code tools like Bubble.io & maybe a little bit of Integromat but I haven’t tried building one fully yet.
Check out the top low-code/no-code article for a definite tool box of SaaS building tools.
"A necessary monthly cost..."
A few days ago, I’d seen @jawnwalrus mention the following:
I kinda started making this a Quarterly expense with anyone doing massive email outreach just to make sure their emails are going directly into inbox.
And I agree 100%.
Warmup tools are an absolute necessary expense when it comes down to cold email outreach.
There’s no avoiding it…
Top cold email warm-up tool?
My top email warm-up tool is:
Warmupinbox : because it warms you up with both Gmail’s & Outlook’s for as little as 9$ per month per inbox. I’ve used this tool before and have seen impeccable deliverability in as little 1 week across fresh Gsuites.
The tool is good!
And their support is on point.
And pricing is amongst the MOST competitive in the industry.
Conclusively speaking, I am aware of the free solutions on the market, but unfortunately, they fail in “inbox diversity” (which is a point that I explain in other posts).
The more types of inboxes a tool has, the better its ability to improve your deliverability.