Ask any broker: Nurturing potential clients takes finesse. Come on too strong or offer too little value, and you’ll be rebuffed. Short but sweet emails are ideal for introducing yourself to prospects and setting the stage for an ongoing relationship.
Unfortunately, you aren’t the only one sending emails to prospects. In order to get a response, your message must first stand out enough to get noticed in your prospect’s overflowing inbox. And once your email is opened—if it gets opened—it better be worth your prospect’s time, or you’ll be filed under spam.
To help you write an email that gets results, we’ve outlined the elements of a successful prospecting template you can use to fill your sales pipeline with future clients.