Cut your time in half managing engaged prospects with the Apollo Chrome Extension in Gmail.
Load your top email templates to save time writing replies. Track who opens your emails, when, where, and on what device. And, automatically log your sales activities and contacts to your CRM via the sidebar and CRM integration.
The Apollo Chrome Extension in Gmail streamlines your workflow by reducing the amount of time you spend clicking, loading pages, and jumping in between tools.
1. Install the Apollo Chrome Extension
Install the Apollo Chrome Extension using this link. The Chrome Extension is housed in a smart sidebar along your web browser, allowing you to take quick actions, make updates to records, and log activities without ever leaving your tab. Reduce your time clicking and loading records so you can focus on accomplishing your revenue goals.
2. Use a Template in Gmail
First, write your templates in Apollo.
Streamline management of hot opportunities and engaged prospects in Gmail with the Apollo Chrome Extension.
With Templates, you can create email content that's reportable. You can use Analytics to learn what Templates have the highest Open, Reply, Click, and Interest rates. Knowing what subject lines, salutations, and body messages create more value for you gives you insight as to what works and doesn't work, so you can continually improve your messaging for higher conversion rates, based on data. And, that gives your gut a break!
Use the report "Best Templates" to learn what templates have highest success rates and why.
Second, you can use a Template from Gmail by pressing the template icon, selecting your template, and sending it off.
3. Turn Email Tracking On
4. Check Who's Opening Your Emails
Once you start sending off tracked emails, you can see who has opened your emails in the top right "Alerts" bell-shaped icon in the Apollo sidebar and platform. From this list, you can click into Contact records, and make updates or call / email the contact right away to increase your likelihood of connecting.
You can also see the Analytics dashboard Best Subject Lines, or any Improving Messaging dashboard or report, to see reports by Open rate.
5. Log activities, contacts, and accounts to your CRM
First, link your CRM, if you've not done so already. Here's a guide on how.
And, with the Apollo sidebar in Chrome, you can edit records in Apollo without ever leaving your browser tab.
And, if you are a Salesforce user, you have a few other options available to you with the Apollo Chrome Extension, found by clicking the "Salesforce" button while composing an email (shown below):
With it, you can:
- Edit and create records directly in Salesforce
- Log emails to Salesforce contacts, Salesforce opportunities, or both!
6. Schedule Emails to Send Later
Schedule emails to send in the future, so you don't have to jump out of a workflow in the future to send a message on time or risk forgetting to send it all together.
7. Set Reminders in Gmail
Reminders bring emails that were sent to contacts back to the top of your inbox so you can keep your engaged contact relationships top-of-mind and make moves in a timely manner.
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