Do know what makes the most important quality in a sales person!? Not just a striking appearance, but a positive personality that can bring more than a constructive business proposal to the table is all that matters. Here we have put together a few tricks to use while creating that email to make that remarkable impression. Hope that they bring life to your emails.
- Make yourself stand out of the crowd:
Choose selective taglines to add in your email or in the subject of your email to help the reader refresh their memory. This could also be a joke! J Nothing reaches a person’s mind quicker than a joke that they got to laugh about. Once you’ve made that impression, discussing business is just a piece of cake. Remember that building relationships is the key to developing a business and making it a success.
- Give More Attention to The Other Party:
Though you are trying to sell a product or a service, your first and foremost goal is to provide the necessary attention on the party spoken to than on yourself and the goals that you are looking to achieve. While drafting your email be careful not to use the word I more than once. Instead, initiate the discussion showing appreciation to the clients work in the past or present and how you’d love to create opportunities to help them develop their standards. Or on a first time introductory basis, you could make out a casual email stating that you’ve filled out a contact form to have a discussion and you are looking forward to making an acquaintance on the same.
- Make it Sound More HUMAN!!
Instead of taking a more professional tone, choose to speak more casually about yourself adding a few minor details about yourself as a professional and what has attracted you towards the business of ‘X’. Try not to be a surgeon and go straight for the chainsaw that cuts open a skull or removes a bone. Sharing a little bit of information on yourself helps to create a human touch giving you the clearance you need to take the BUSINESS relationship further. Always remember the purpose of the email is to make a sale and not to go overboard in sharing more than required. Remember, you are not canvasing yourself for a date ;), but looking for business prospects….. ?
- Do your Research:
Try to spend some time to analyse your prospect collecting as much of information as you can. But, that’s a ‘BIG BUT’, do not go overboard while discussing information in the email. There’s a thin line between being a researcher and a stalker. J Don’t creep out your prospect. Instead, you could use the opportunity to congratulate the person or company on their latest PROFESSIONAL achievements and say that you look forward to meeting or even being such a fine person in the long run.
Hope you enjoyed your read, and stay tuned with Urbansoft for more updates on dealing with matters in the professional world. ?
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