Presenting your best self when soliciting business
by Jamison Koehler on September 17, 2019
If you are going to solicit business through email, there are two things I suggest you keep in mind.
First, you might spend a moment researching the targeted client. You should then tailor your message to that client. This is particularly true when the name of your business includes the notion of customized service.
For example, if you are writing to a criminal defense lawyer, you might make some mention of criminal defense in your introductory email. You might also include the person’s name in your salutation. “Hello there” just doesn’t do it. For all sorts of reasons.
Second, you should make sure that your message is well-written. There should be no typos, misspellings or grammatical errors. This is particularly true when offering writing services.
Here is the text of an email I received this morning.
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Looking forward to know what you think.