Spam is the salesperson’s biggest nightmare, because it means that all your efforts of market research, collecting contacts and fine-tuning your email was worthless. We know how to keep you and your emails out of those folders.
It’s finally here, the second of our two part series on how to write an email that sells. Previously we talked about subject lines, adding emotions to your communication and putting your customers first. Now let’s take a look at eight other methods.
Have you checked your Gmail Promotions tabs lately? Too many emails and offers, right? How many of them have you opened? Well there is actually a good reason, sort of a science if you will, in writing an email that sells and excels (a true Nicki Minaj right here) among the piles and piles of others. And trust us, we have been dealing with this for years, every single day for ourselves and our big and smaller clients.