eMails That Get The Meeting
Social media is so prevalent now in life and business. Most of us can think of a time when we’ve received a link or friend request from someone we’ve never heard of, wanting to connect. No surprise, most of us treat such requests like spam email and delete them as fast as them come in.
Instead, professionals and businesses need to approach social media messaging and email requests for connections from the perspective of finding common ground.
To make a connection request work, the request message needs to include 4 Critical Elements:
1. Be Personal
2. Be Relevant
3. Be Beneficial to the recipient in terms of networking
4. Be Pleasant versus creepy or threatening
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