How Can I Get My Client Prospect to Read My Emails? Part 2.


I am often asked how to get prospects to read client emails. It's frustrating when there is no reply or the reply is not the favorable response the client is seeking. While I'm not going to tell you what to say, the following ten tips will help you lay out your message so that whatever you say will have a better chance of being read.

Better hurry, though. IM (Instant Messaging) is rapidly replacing email. Getting your message down to just a few characters is an art in itself and a topic for another time. For right now, just master the nuances of text placement as outlined below.

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