If you're looking to boost your email open rates and increase sales, your email subject line is the first (and most important) step in achieving those goals.
Did you know that 33% of email recipients open emails because of an engaging subject line?
That's why it's critical to craft a catchy email subject line that will get you the traffic and conversions you deserve.
We've put together a list of 100+ meeting request email subject lines (that work!).
Some are proven examples from other successful campaigns, and some are creative ideas to inspire you.
Creative Email Subject Line Ideas
Follow up for meeting from the Small Business Expo
Please confirm your presence for an urgent meeting
Don’t forget to attend a meeting on Thursday
Wednesday: happy hour at 5 pm at [location]
Meeting Alert Today : ( Time) ( Place)
It will be great if you will come tomorrow in a meeting with Sales Manager
I want to meet with you for upcoming sales conference
Please share your experience for this meeting.
Thanks for visiting for a meeting.
Here is the calendar of tomorrow’s meeting
A surprise Meeting is waiting for you
Special thanks to you for scheduling a meeting with CEO
Scheduling a meeting
If you have time to meet today at 3 pm then we are interested
Meeting tomorrow! Provide your confirmation today itself.
Meeting reminder: Meeting for discussing business related issues
Meeting fix. Now no change in schedule.
Want to meet you. I would like to discuss more on the responsibility of the company.
Free workshop : Fixing your meeting for tomorrow
It will be great if we can meet you by Tuesday
Please let me know any time when you are free on Saturday
Oops !! We have an Urgent Meeting Today
Wishing you good luck and success
I would like to meet with you to discuss about my compensation
If possible, can you please give me an appointment
Your two minutes to open this mail can save your 2 hours in your work
Exclusive meeting reminder just for you
Attention required ! Meeting Scheduled on (___)
Here is the budget template that we are going to discuss
Awaiting your response
Hello (name of the company) Meeting request in your inbox
Requesting you to meet urgently
Meet Robert from your school
I have time to meet on Friday this week at 2 pm. Are you free?
I was hoping to meet you on Thursday this week.
“Meeting for Something New” At & Time
We value your time, just one more hour for the deal to close
Are you satisfied with today’s meeting? If not then we can reschedule a meeting
Can’t wait for tomorrow. Let’s meet up today itself.
Sale ends today, meet us Today on
Your grace time for fixing the meeting is expiring
Your Views matters more. Meet Today
Your Meeting Schedule is ready
Please let me know if you are free today
We are requesting you to attend a meeting on Saturday.
Let’s walkthrough the project today afternoon
Meeting invitation: Its urgent
Get on the road to code: Meeting plan sent on phone
Confirm your presence for the meeting
Meet you urgently on 4 pm by today
Let’s meet on Sunday. Like and review us on Facebook
Special meeting invitation for Loyal customers
We welcome you to the family
We value you and your money both.
Lunch and meet up- Meet for a Estate planning
Reminder for a meeting for tomorrow
We hope that we will meet you by this week.
Thanks for your time. We have schedule a meeting for you.
Meeting Time..Lets Meet
You are invited to meet us tomorrow for breakfast
Awaiting your decision on our partnership
Do you have any time to meet this week?
leave Early today. Meet Asap
Can you spare a minute, its urgent
Requesting to meet on Wednesday this week
Appreciated that you have gave time from your busy schedule. Meeting fixed
Thanks for your time. We have scheduled a meeting for you.
Stop worrying and Meet us on___
As promised: We are here to fix your meeting schedule
I was hoping we could meet this week to discuss an important issue
Hello, you have a meeting tomorrow! Please confirm
Free coffee from our side: lets Meet
Thank you for the meeting ,Schedule on
Reaching out for partnership opportunity
Meeting Schedule for Great
Meeting Time… Let’s Meet
If possible can you please give me an appointment
Hello ( name of the company) Meeting request in your inbox
Save the date [Insert date here].
Do you have any time to meet this week
Your appointment is scheduled, meet the () soon
You take care of the family, we will take care of you
Thank you for the meeting, Schedule on
Lets Discuss Important in Meeting at ( ) ( )
Let’s discuss the matter of pricing
Free workshop: Fixing your meeting for tomorrow
Save the date 12/06/19
You are an integral part, lets share views on it
Deal expiring soon, Lets Meet
Let’s Discuss Important in Meeting at () ()
Don’t miss out…. We have a meeting tomorrow
Connecting Future with Mark
Today Meeting on COmpany Success
Now we are at your doorsteps
Your review matters to us
Meeting Alert Today: (Time) (Place)
Open and explore the () in Meeting today
Meeting for huge success
Don’t miss out….We have a meeting tomorrow
GUIDE: How To Write A Great Subject Line
As we mentioned above, crafting a catchy subject line is critical to the performance of your email campaign.
While just a few words may seem like a small piece of your overall message, this is the first impression your audience will have before they decide whether to open your email.
If your subject line isn't engaging or appealing enough, there's a chance it could get buried in your reader's inbox.
Let's go over the proven tips on how to craft a subject line that boosts engagement:
What makes a great subject line?
First, let's discuss the fundamentals of creating a great subject line:
- Spark interest and curiosity
- A clear and urgent call to action
- An offer/intriguing discount
- Personalization (this can be done by sending out different versions of emails to subscribers based on their preferences)
- Relevance - make sure your subject line covers the current trends and topics within your industry
5 Tips To Crafting a Great Subject Line
Now, let's dive into the specifics of how to create a great subject line for your next campaign:
1. Use a familiar sender name
Although this may seem obvious, it's a piece many marketers miss the ball on.
Your readers want to feel like your email is coming from a human and not a corporation or automated system.
One of the easiest and most effective ways to do this is by changing the sender's name to YOUR name or someone in the company that is well known.
Here's a great example of this from Marketing Examples
Avoid the "no-reply" sender name at all costs. This makes your email feel unfamiliar, unapproachable, and less personable.
2. Keep your subject short and to the point
If your subject line is too long, it will get cut off, which could impact your reader's chances of opening your email.
The rule of thumb (for both mobile and desktop) is to keep your subject line under 50 characters.
3. Add personal touches to your subject line
If you have access to information about your subscriber (ie. name, location, etc), you can use this to benefit your subject line and catch your readers attention.
It's important not to go overboard here, but adding even the simplest touch such as their name can build trust and rapport.
Here's a great example of a personalized email + offer I received from BarkBox with my dog's name in the subject line:
4. Avoid making any false promises
Your subject line makes a commitment to your reader, so it's important you don't stretch the truth just to simply get more opens and clicks.
In the grand scheme of things, making false promises will end up hurting your open rate as your readers will lose trust in you.
5. Give them a sneak peek of what's inside
Telling your subscriber what is inside helps with open and clicks.
For example, if you're providing your reader with a free guide or e-book, consider making your subject line something along the lines of:
"Your FREE marketing e-book awaits!"
If you want your email campaign to perform well, it all starts with your subject line.
Think about the emails you receive in your inbox and what makes you click vs what gets buried - odds are, the same habits go for your customer.
We hope you enjoyed our guide + list of 100+ meeting request email subject lines (that work!).