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This is Part Two of a two-part webcast series. Sign up for Part One here.
E-mail is the engine that drives business. Yet, amazingly, no-one ever teaches us how to use it. Until now.
This information and sample-filled two-part webcast demonstrates how to combine persuasion psychology, proven marketing tactics, and strategic planning to create e-mails that help catapult your productivity to a new level.
You’ll discover little-known, easy-to-use techniques to strengthen your e-mails and improve your response rates right away. As a result, you’ll spend less time creating more effective e-mails that produce precisely the results you need to be successful.
What past participants are saying:
"I learned essential skills from your class that I will continue to use throughout my career." ~Carolyn Schnuck, Grubb & Ellis Commercial Real Estate Company
"Everyone agreed it was a great class, very timely and incredibly useful!" ~Patrick McLoughlin, Xerox
This webcast series will teach you to
- break through inbox clutter and reach more people by grabbing attention right from the subject and opening lines of your e-mail
- ensure that every e-mail you send is appealing, clear, easy to read, and easy to understand so that you can schedule meetings, request action, and complete tasks that depend on the co-operation of others
- guarantee key points get through to people … even readers who skim
- stimulate the action you need and significantly increase the number of responses you get
- build relationships and communicate more effectively with clients, colleagues, supervisors, team members, stakeholders, potential employers, anyone with whom you need to interact
This webcast series presents a systematic, four-step process for communicating strategically via e-mail.
Steps One and Two are presented in this webcast, the first in the series.
Step One — Explores the two elements that must be identified in order to communicate effectively via e-mail. Demonstrates how they help you select optimal content for inclusion in an e-mail, addressing both informational and strategic objectives. Establishes the foundation for the following three steps. Barriers to productivity and effectivenes
Step Two — Provides outlines for each of three different types of e-mail, complete with real-life examples. Delivers key call-to-action strategies for driving the reader responses you need to be successful.
Steps Three and Four are presented in the second webcast.
Step Three — Delivers relief from the anxiety-producing blank screen and looming deadline: a simple template for creating first drafts quickly in a way that streamlines editing to completion. Template is also included and an accompanying toolkit for download and ongoing use.
Step Four — Plentiful examples reveal ad agency "insider" secrets for stimulating reader response including clarity builders, word choice, navigational road signs, and formatting tricks that work even in text-only e-mail programs. Sign up for Part Two to learn the entire four-step process.
Sign up for Part One to learn the entire four-step process.
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