Does it not come off as incongruent if your messaging talks about calling them if you don’t have their number?
If you give the prospect a link to your calendar there is no pressure for them to get the demo booked in as they know they can book it in 6-weeks if they like. It’s better to ask if they’d like the link to get the ping-pong of conversation going.
I’d be a little more gentle with your initial email. I know you’re probably getting a bunch of these a day and most of them are a waste of your time, but they don’t know that.
Subject:- Trustpilot Demo Request
Thanks for requesting a Demo of Trustpilot. I just tried to call you.
Demo’s are done on Zoom so I can share my screen, and we can have a chat about what outcomes you’re looking to achieve through reviews, and Trustpilot.
Book a day and time here; https://calendar.app.google/i1dZbv7rMC6appEi6
If you clicked the “Demo Request” by accident ping me back an email to let me know, so I don’t keep pestering you.
Something more like –
I just dropped you a quick call to arrange a time for your personalised Trust Pilot demo.
Would it make sense to book a slot to go over how Trust Pilot can potentially help you [REASON FOR DEMO]?