How much time to leave between cold emails

I see all of the cold emails that you provide. Do you suggest sending these emails one after the other in a sequencial way? What would you recommend as the best interval between sending each email like if I send the first email today, how long can i wait before sending the next? What if the client asked you to send more info about your company then they go quiet after you send, what do you suggest is the best way to follow up, calling or another email?
Yes, send these as a series of emails and leave a week in between each email.

Here is a webinar recording that explains how to organize your calls and emails in terms of how many attempts and how much time to leave between each:

For follow-up, the simple answer is that you should call and email. It might take multiple attempts of each in order to get connected. If you can't get back in contact after multiple attempts, try contacting someone else at the business if this is a B2B situation. That is also discussed in that webinar recording that I shared.
Lead generation from b2b companies allows you to easily define your target market. This means that you will have a better understanding of whom you want to target your sales efforts towards It also helps you generate a database of potential customers. Many business owners choose to purchase these business leads because they offer a number of benefits which are not available when you generate your own business leads. Many business owners who opt for b2b lead generation companies often say that the cost per lead is much cheaper than creating and maintaining a lead database of your own. But the big question is how do you identify your target audience? Without knowing your target audience, you cannot make effective marketing decisions. So what are your pain points? What problems do you want to solve? Once you know your pain points and you have identified what problems you would like to solve, you will be in a better position to narrow down your list of potential customers.
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