The noise in email today is deafening. Buyers are tuning out and reply rates are dropping.
Gated helps thoughtful sellers and marketers stand out. When you donate to reach a Gated user, the average reply rate is 46%
No matter how you spin it unsolicited contact can be an interruption, but Gated cuts through that noise. That means a better experience on both sides of the table AND it adds a little more humanity to the whole process.
Gated helps me personalize my email outreach - to ensure my messaging is impactful for the leaders I reach out to.
I just want an opportunity to be seen.
"Gated weeds out unsolicited messages and tells others about the charities I support. When senders donate to those charities, I answer their emails and we begin from a state of win-win."
It's truly a win-win company and I look forward to more opportunities to donate - and connect with recipients in a meaningful way.
Getting through Gated shows our intended receiver the sincerity behind our message and the fact that we mean business.
We, as sales people, are accustomed to not hearing back from people on outreach. To get a response that ties in a charitable component is something that I'll never forget.
"Gated allows me to cut through the noise and ensure my prospect reads my email, all while contributing to a good cause. It’s an absolute game changer!"
"At first, I was livid. As a former SDR, why would I want Gated to exist? Then, reality hit me. As a result, I know my reply will go up and the quality of my content will matter more. Gated means more opportunity, but also better relationships."
"When I first came across Gated, I was sold right away on the concept. You support a great cause and increase the chances of your email being seen."
"As a seller, I wish all my prospects had Gated. It helps filter out the auto-sequenced emails and lets the true personal touches get through. Better experience for buyers and sellers, all around."
"Gated separates solicitations from sales messages that bring value. If a salesperson takes action to provide value in the customer relationship before making an ask, the salesperson is already winning the battle for attention in a busy user's inbox."
"I was very happy to know Gated would help my chances of targeting a SPECIFIC person - it was a highly personalized pitch!"
A mind-blowing tool for thoughtful prospectors and execs tired of getting relentlessly spammed.
"Gated helped my email stand out from the crowd and showed that I really wanted the recipient to see my message - which is so helpful, as a recruiter."
"I love a good challenge and in my opinion, it’s a win-win situation. I get to donate to a good cause - and I also get a chance to stand out in some of my top prospects inboxes."
The platform was super easy to use and boosts my chance of getting emails through to prospects.
"I was able to reach the intended person I was trying to contact, without going to the spam filter. I created more targeted messaging because I knew the person would actually receive my email."
As a salesperson, we often get a bad rap for sending email. I love the idea of donating to get access. Win Win!
"At first I was taken aback that I had to make a donation to get my email across. Then I realized it means that my email would be taken more seriously and be read. So I took more time writing it and, as expected, I got a reply."
"Gated has helped me break through the noise and connect with prospects while also contributing to a good cause!"
I love knowing that the people I connect with are kind-hearted and have found a fun, effective way to give back to the organizations that they're most passionate about!
Gated lets me break through the noise and speak to prospective buyers while avoiding being labeled as "spam."
If mail were free, our front steps would be littered with envelopes and packages. That’s what happens in email today.
A small charge to deliver an email from an unknown sender incentivizes higher-quality, relevant email at scale.
At Gated, we believe a small cost for email creates better connections - for both email users and senders. Hundreds of people agree. Do you?