Keep it vague or precise in cold outreach for email subject lines

I receive different opinions on this everyday so I think a poll will help me decide how to frame my email cadences. Do you see more success in your open / click rates when the subject line is vague (Appropriate Person?, Quick Question?, Any initiative?, etc.) or do you have more success being concise w relevance ("Company Name- Prospects name", Referred by prospect, or adding relevance in the subject line in general, etc.). I have mush brain today so hopefully this question makes sense.

Better subject line for cold email outreach?
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poweredbycaffeine
WR Lieutenant
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I recently A:B tested this, and I found that the specific, concise subjects opened less, but the click-through and meeting booking rate was higher when they did open them, as opposed to the vague subject lines with high opens and low conversion. They were more serious prospects, leading to a higher conversion from meeting to opportunity.
BmajoR
Arsonist
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Account Executive
I wonder if you could combine that in your sequence to get more opens initially and the follow ups are more concise?
poweredbycaffeine
WR Lieutenant
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It's worth a shot on our next iteration!
BmajoR
Arsonist
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Account Executive
I'm going to test it out as well! I generally go with something related but vague and I've noticed pretty much the same thing as you. We might be onto a magical sequence here.ย 
DatCocoCream
Good Citizen
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Training & Development
Appreciate the insight on this. Simple concept, that makes a whole lot of sense, that I still never thought about. Bless you.
Kinonez
Celebrated Contributor
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WR Enthusiast
I think the most important aspect is that it's relevant. If you manage to keep it both short and relevant you are a beast. If not I would still go for relevant over vague.ย 
ColdCallFartBoy
Celebrated Contributor
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Business Development Representative
Concise is nice #Off-Topic #Mentorship #Cold-Emailing
Blackwargreymon
Politicker
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MDR
I think the most important aspect is that it's relevant.
funcoupons
WR Officer
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I chose the second option but I think both have their place...but length does matter. (Yeah yeah, that's what she said.) The subject line isn't a place for a whole sentence.
DeskPhoneDestroyer
Catalyst
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Team Lead
Im sure length has never been an issue for funcouponsย 
funcoupons
WR Officer
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It's not about the email length it's how u use it!!!
Kinonez
Celebrated Contributor
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WR Enthusiast
Why are people downvoting Funcoupons? If you want to reach the top, make quality posts and awesome comments, don't downvote the best performers.
FattySnacks
Politicker
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Senior Account Executive
I use Prospect name/ Sean intro and get around 65% opens.ย 
BusterMcDialRipper
Politicker
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Director of Dials
sean usually replies to all of my emails too
NoSuperhero
Politicker
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BDR
Length really matters tho.
HindsightHarry
Praised Answer
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Account Executive
Treat your prospect like itโ€™s your first message on tinder.
pretengineer
Politicker
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Head of the crumpets
Relevant and presice, especially the higher up you go. Really prescriptive. Gives a lot more relevance. Maybe something generic (that opens to hyperspecific) like: Hey <name>, I recorded a quick video of your site! does well too.
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