As the amount of email and digital traffic ever increases, I think the human race is developing a 6th sense: mass marketing detection and filtration. Somehow we can sense if a real person took the time to send a single, personalized email to us and only us.
Imagine this – you call a company to purchase a new software tool that will help your company by leaps and bounds. You have just a few questions, though, before you feel confident about presenting the idea to your boss and colleagues. When you call, you have the opportunity to speak with a wonderful salesperson […]
There is an art to following up in sales – whether you are checking in with prospects or following up with clients. In either case, your message will be more well-received when you make it relevant for your prospect. Here are three ideas to help your sales followup emails shine: