Email Writing Tips – How To Make Sure Your Messages Will Actually Get Read?

June 8, 2019 Off By Soham Collins

Reach far and wide but remember who your audience is. Keep in contact and engage all your contacts including tenants who become purchasers, who become sellers, who become investors who provide referrals and repeat business. But always keep in your mind who your audience is and what they are looking for. It has to be relevant to keep them interested. Ensure there are articles or links to articles in each edition that relate to each of your subscriber segments so they will find at least one article of interest (eg: buying, renting, investment).

Sound extreme? You’d be surprised how often this scenario, or one remarkably like it, plays itself out in businesses all across the continent. Business software is getting increasingly complex. CRM integrated interface with ordering systems which interface with inventory systems which interface with third-party logistics systems, and every time there is an upgrade, everything changes. There is no way around it – training is a vital part of today’s business environment.

In the CRM world, there are two mainstream “luxury” in-house models I like. They’re great if you’ve got more than 5 people but can also handle well more than 50 users too.

Assuming that your team don’t have or can’t find the most up to date pricing information they might quote the client a price that is either too high or too low.

Unless you know what you are doing – the host that registers your domain name may actually be putting it under their name – you are not the domain name owner you are actually “renting” the name. Scenario, you register your domain name with a hosting company and find that you do not like the host – your website has a lot of down time – you cannot get the free crm for gmail to work right etc.

“Filing” is also a non-negotiable fact of life. The creative challenge is to continually get our low-level tasks handled with the least amount of fuss and labor. Yes, the papers in your office have a life of their own, and when you go home in the evening, they rearrange themselves into unsightly and disorganized piles. The task at hand is twofold: get over your surprise, dismay, and your wish to have it be otherwise, and just deal with it.

There are certainly many other time thieves depending on each individual’s circumstances. Examples include waiting for your spouse in the shopping mall, making mistakes in filling up application forms, and other such things. Use your mind to think of possible solutions. If you can’t avoid being involved in such predicaments, then at least make those moments productive by reading books, listening to educational tapes, etc.