LeadsWithDemos Documentation

Difference between Default Sender Email vs Custom Sender Email in LeadsWithDemos

In LeadsWithDemos, choosing the right email address for sending transactional emails is crucial for effective communication with your leads. Let’s explore the distinct features and benefits of using the Default Sender Email compared to a Custom Sender Email, helping you make an informed choice tailored to your business needs.

Default Sender Email

This is the pre-configured email address provided by the LeadsWithDemos platform for sending out transactional emails. It is a generic email automatically assigned to your LeadsWithDemos account.

It enables immediate use without the need for additional setup. It’s designed for convenience, especially for new users or those who prefer a quick start without customizing email settings.

The email appears as a generic address associated with LeadsWithDemos, which may not reflect your personal or company branding.

As a standard email address, it might not be immediately recognizable to recipients, potentially affecting open rates and engagement.

Custom Sender Email

A custom sender email is an email address that you personally select and set up within LeadsWithDemos to send your emails. It is typically an email associated with your business or personal domain.

This option is used to personalize and brand your email communications. It allows for greater flexibility and integration with your business’s branding strategy.

Since it can be a branded email address, it aligns with your business identity, making your communications more professional and consistent with your brand.

Emails sent from a familiar, branded address are more likely to be recognized and trusted by recipients, which can lead to higher open and engagement rates.

The key difference lies in branding and personalization. While the default sender email offers convenience and ease of use, a custom sender email provides personalization, brand consistency, and potentially higher engagement with your audience.