5 Overused Phrases to Cut from Your Sales Emails

When it comes to email, using cliches isn’t the worst sin you can commit (that dubious honor probably belongs to misspelling basic words or getting your prospect’s name wrong). But overused words and phrases don’t help you achieve your number...
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9 Common Email Phrases You Should Stop Using Immediately

In a study published in the Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology, email writers thought readers would correctly identify the tone of their emails about 78% of the time. In reality? Only 56% of emails were interpreted accurately. That means when you send...
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15 Sales Email Templates Perfect for the New Year

The beginning of the new year is a fantastic time to reach out to buyers. Your prospects are focused on starting fresh, driving change, and setting yearly goals — if you reach out with a relevant suggestion or compelling value...
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5 Less Annoying Alternatives to “Please Find Attached”

Between eBooks, case studies, data sheets, proposals, and contracts, you probably send email attachments on a daily — if not hourly — basis. And that means you might be using the common phrase “Please find attached.” More...
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