This article shows you how to set up a target contact campaign and then schedule a sequence of emails. We'll also cover how to use the Assistant to mix calls into your outreach campaign efficiently.
Building Your Campaign
Setting up an Email Campaign
Now that you've added contacts to your list, you can start emailing and calling your prospects.
By default, Spiro will send the campaign on your behalf instead of from your email client. If you want to send the campaign from your email client, please contact email@example.com so they can set it up for you. Just be sure your client does not have daily limits on the number of outbound emails you can send.
Spiro's email campaigns are also smart: as mentioned above, contacts will be removed from future scheduled emails if they click on the opt-out link.
Contacts will also be removed from future scheduled emails if they respond to an earlier email in the campaign. There's nothing worse than someone responding and then getting another automated email a few days later. Spiro's Email Campaigns will ensure no wires get crossed while you're prospecting.
Note: If you use Office 365 with Spiro, you can send an email campaign to up to 2,000 people. Unfortunately for those using Gmail, Google remains very restrictive on how many emails can be sent daily.
When you are viewing a contact, you can see which campaigns the contact is associated with in the field labeled "Campaigns."
If you are using your email client to send Campaigns, the emails sent via Campaigns will appear in the Contact's Timeline as email activity and will appear in your email outbox.
If you use Spiro's default email client for sending campaigns, the emails sent via Campaigns will appear in the Contact's Timeline as a Campaign activity type.