How To Write a Follow-up Sales Email That Doesn’t Suck

How To Write a Follow-up Sales Email That Doesn’t Suck - https://www.leadfeeder.com Avatar Posted by Kristi under Sales
From https://www.leadfeeder.com 1604 days ago
Made Hot by: Swadhin on July 6, 2016 11:47 am
If you can follow up in a way that isn’t pushy, by instead engaging leads in a transparent, personal and helpful manner, it will strengthen the relationship, build brand equity, keep you top-of-mind, and help advance the buyer along the funnel.





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Written by nicregi
1602 days ago

Kristi,

This is a great say! Most of us (even me myself) have issues trying to write great follow up emails.

Definitely come in handy!

Voted up.



Written by VirtualBren
1603 days ago

Hi Kristi,

Glad to see you writing about email etiquette. I think it's essential that you follow-up and to be cordial while doing so. Too many people don't and I believe they lose business. Thanks for writing this.

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Written by GrowMap
1603 days ago

More often than bad follow-up I see people and small businesses failing to follow=up at all. Before you start generating leads, you really need a process in place.



Written by erenmckay
1603 days ago

I totally agree with you Kristi on the cookie-cutter. People can see that it's a template and it's a major turn off. When I realize any email is a pre-made template, I trash it immediately. If only more people would read this article and understand it's about building relationships...



Written by erikemanuelli
1603 days ago

Personalization and targeting are keys, in my opinion.



Written by Kristi
1604 days ago

Amen about the cookie-cutter messaging.



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