Business Email Writing Tips #2: How to Create Trust Between You and Your Readers

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In this presentation, you'll learn 2 simple but highly effective email writing techniques to create better rapport with your business clients, customers and colleagues.

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Business Email Writing Tips #2: How to Create Trust Between You and Your Readers

  1. 1. QuickStart Copywriter<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  2. 2. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />How to Build Great Rapport and Successful Relationships Through Your Emails<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  3. 3. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />In a face-to-face scenario, it’s easy to build personal rapport because a real person can be seen and heard.<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  4. 4. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />Over the telephone, you can hear the tone of the voice used without having to see the person at the other end of the conversation.<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  5. 5. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />On email, you don’t have either of those advantages, so it’s important to learn writing techniques that can help you create rapport with your customers, clientsand colleagues.<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  6. 6. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />Technique #1<br />Use positive affirmations to engage your reader. Be warm and friendly in your opening:<br />“Thanks for calling me today. It was nice<br />of you to clarify this issue with me personally”<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  7. 7. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />Technique #1<br />Use positive affirmations to engage your reader. Be warm and friendly in your opening:<br />“Thank you for taking the time to meet up with us earlier this afternoon. It gave us a good opportunityto learn more about the new project. ”<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  8. 8. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />Technique #1<br />Use positive affirmations to engage your reader. Be warm and friendly in your opening:<br />“I’m so happy to hear this good news from you! You’ve worked really hard the past few months and I think you deserved to win the award. Congratulations!”<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  9. 9. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />Technique #2<br />Be personal. Write with emotion and empathy:<br />“What are some of your concerns? I’ll be most happy to help you out.”<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  10. 10. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />Technique #2<br />Be personal. Write with emotion and empathy:<br />“I understand your concerns. I’m always here to help. Just give me a call.”<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  11. 11. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />Technique #2<br />Be personal. Write with emotion and empathy:<br />“Rest assured. I’ll help you solve this problem as soon as I possibly can.”<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  12. 12. Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2<br />For more great tips on how to improve your business writing skills, visit<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  13. 13. Hope you learnt something useful from my presentation and <br />thank you for watching!<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />

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