Did you know that the average email user gets 88 emails a day? That’s a crowded field if you’re trying to get someone’s attention. It doesn’t mean you shouldn’t send the right kind of email. But it suggests you might consider going old school some times to stand out in that crowd. Learn how sending a thank you card (especially a handwritten one) can do just that.
Chances are, you don’t have time to send personal notes to all prospects or customers. So, it’s important to be strategic about it. Pick the situations where it’s likely to have the greatest impact. Here are some of those:
A handwritten thank you note might be unique but a well-executed one gets their attention. Follow these tips to make the most from your notes. The key is to make it personal.
Make a powerful statement to prospects and customers by sending a handwritten thank you note. Its novelty will get you noticed and the personal touch will help you stand out among other small businesses.