On any given day, the average businessperson receives 91 emails, according to a report by The Radicati Group. This number is expected to rise to 95 emails per person per day by next year, and reach almost 100 by 2018.
That’s a lot of email.
While it’s no secret that we all know how to send email, the newer challenge is figuring out a way to actually receive a response from the people we’re sending these emails to. With all of those emails taking up space in their inbox, how can we reach out in a more meaningful way to ensure our messages are heard?
This is a bit of a loaded question, as there’s a lot to consider when sending a proper outreach email: subject lines, send times, email length … the list goes on.
To help answer this question, check out the infographic below from Online Course Report. They’ve detailed everything from what day and time is the best for sending outreach email to how many attempts you can expect to send.