When I Was Using Mailshake…
So, you take one look at Mailshake and you really do see that plenty of users like it.
There’s nothing wrong with it.
But the thing to understand about Mailshake is that it really only does outreach.
You can’t really do anything outside of outreach with this particular tool.
So, this means…you still have to be the one finding prospects.
You have to research and find contact info for the prospects.
You have to format the data and give it to Mailshake in a way the program will understand it.
Yeah. This seems like more work than I really wanted to do.
Another annoying thing?
Mailshake doesn’t integrate with Google Sheets.
You have to save it as a CSV file.
I mean, it’s not going to kill me to do this, but still-Google Sheets is not some rare program nobody uses.
So, Is It That Bad?
I know I made it sound like this thing is a total piece of junk, but it’s not a bad program.
I mean for one the interface is pretty clean and easy to find your way around.
If you were training somebody on it I don’t think it would take long at all.
The pricing is pretty fair, too.
$39 for basic, $59 for pro, and $99 for omni.
Bear in mind this is per user per month.
The features are pretty great, too: automated follow-ups, integration with Gmail and G Suite accounts, and email opening/reply and click-tracking can all be yours in just the base program.
I also like that there are pre-written templates for the different campaigns you wish to run.
It makes you look like a pro, even if you don’t feel like one.
However, I stand by my belief that ScopeLeads is a lot better overall.
It’s the best mailshake alternative.
Firstly, this is because they not only generate lots of prospects in a short period of time… they then send cold emails in a matter of seconds that get you in touch with these businesses.
I mean, it’s not like it does all the work for you, but dang, does it come close.
The interface for this is pretty easy too-even easier than Mailshake as far as I am concerned.
An absolute beginner would be running this in moments if you trained them.
All you do is click on New Campaign, make a title, search using the Search Wizard, and pick the leads you want to get more info on.
You can literally choose what your agency focuses on.
My agency does mobile-friendliness optimization, so we use the “Mobile Lacking” a lot. It’s a godsend.
The leads come to you like birds when birdseed is thrown.
And then, you can get to work doing what you do best!
Price is always a huge factor for most of us.
Let’s compare and contrast pricing.
For ScopeLeads, you’re only looking at about $67, $99 or $199 a month depending on the size of the agency you run.
My Final Thoughts
Go get yourself started with ScopeLeads.
Your investment now will pay off in the future-so just put in that work and watch the magic happen.
Read this page if you want to know more about how ScopeLeads has positively impacted my business.