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Recording the who, what, where, when, how often of outreach pitching.
Isolates the Source, Message, Product of each pitch for fast templating
Spam Rate Limit Management (Quantity per 24 hours)
Manage Facebook Groups
Manage Quora Groups
Manage Email (e.g blogger outreach)
Disable people or groups that declined the pitch
Reusable Outreach Templates
1-click copy outreach messages
Once you load in URL of Facebook groups etc, it's 1 click to open it.
Prevent Social media restrictions from over-spamming ("Facebook jail").
Avoid accidently re-pitching to people who declined pitch.
Get maximum yield from your sources by posting regularaly, as opposed to forgetting for a while.
Avoid over posting to a source. You'l see last date, so you can spread evenly.
ReachMonk is an Outreach Management Software that can easily manage outreach to 50+ targets
Now You Can Manage Outreach to 50+ Marketing Channels with Complete Clarity
Here’s the Efficient Way to Reach and win Customers
Reach out to Prospects like a Social Media Manager
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ReachMonk is a Marketing Outreach Software developed in Australia in 2020. It's designed for Social Media Managers, Startup Entrepreneurs, and Freelancers to extend their customer base. Everyone needs new customers, and anyone who's played the game for a little while knows that it takes hustle - customers don't fall from the sky into your pocket. They're out there though. Billions of people consuming products and services on a daily basis. Those who win are those who hustle to make it work, whatever their venture may be.
Outreach has different objectives. Although outreach can be directly related to sales, it's much broader to include general networking. In the old days, this was done on the telephone, but now, the channels for outreach tend to be social media and email. The types, or goals, can be; partnership/alliances, business to prospective clients, business to existing customers, publishers (e.g being featured on a blog website), mentorship, mutual learning, and more.