Business Email Writing Tips: How to Build Better Rapport with Clients

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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. To supplement your learning, be sure to download your exclusive copy of "QuickStart Copywriter" at http://bit.ly/copywritingebook!

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Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 How to Build Great Rapport and Successful Relationships Through Your Emails http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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In a face-to-face scenario, it’s easy to build personal rapport because a real person can be seen and heard . Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 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. http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 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 , clients and colleagues . http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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Technique #1 Use positive affirmations to engage your reader. Be warm and friendly in your opening: “ Thanks for calling me today. It was nice o f you to clarify this issue with me personally” Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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Technique #1 Use positive affirmations to engage your reader. Be warm and friendly in your opening: “ Thank you for taking the time to meet up with us earlier this afternoon. It gave us a good opportunity to learn more about the new project. ” Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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Technique #1 Use positive affirmations to engage your reader. Be warm and friendly in your opening: “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 !” Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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Technique #2 Be personal. Write with emotion and empathy : “What are some of your concerns? I’ll be most happy to help you out.” Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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Technique #2 Be personal. Write with emotion and empathy : “I understand your concerns. I’m always here to help. Just give me a call.” Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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Technique #2 Be personal. Write with emotion and empathy : “Rest assured. I’ll help you solve this problem as soon as I possibly can.” Quick Tips for Busy Executives #2 http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog

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