Use Case 3: After You Tweak An Email

Last we chatted, you requested that I get back in touch in November. I may be a month early, but I figured it’d be worth checking-in.

Have you given any additional thought to my proposal? I’d be happy to do a quick review of it on the phone and answer any pending questions.

[Name], two of your teammates were looking at our product page this week. The product page they’re all viewing is focused on helping reps close deals at an accelerated rate.

Do you have 10 minutes to discuss what tools your team has been researching? Would they like to join the call? If so, what does your calendar look like?

Sometimes, when determining the type of follow up sales email you need to send, you realize you may need to make a few small tweaks to your message. Whether this is a simple change in wording, or sending the email to a different person at the company you’re trying to do business with, small adjustments to your message might just get you that response you’re looking for.