Thank a prospect for taking your call.
“Thank you for talking with me on the telephone. I know time is precious, and I’ll always respect the time you invest as we discuss the possibility of developing a business relationship.”
Thank a prospect for meeting with you.
“It was a pleasure meeting you. Thank you for the time we shared. We’ve served many happy customers, and my wish is to someday serve you. If you have any questions, please call.”
Thank a customer for making a purchase.
“Thank you for giving me the opportunity to offer you our finest service. I know you’ll be happy with your investment and I appreciate the relationship we have built.”
Thank a non-customer for not making a purchase.
“Thank you for taking time to consider using our services. I’m sorry that your plans don’t include making the investment at this time. I know you will have a good experience with….and, if you need further information, please call me. As promised, I’ll keep you posted on new developments that may benefit you.”
Dedicated to increasing your sales,
3 responses to “Saying Thanks”
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Thank you Colleen for the reminder of how important hand written notes are. They are such a pleasure to receive and to send. They carry with them tremendous risidual goodwill.
And I tohught I was the sensible one. Thanks for setting me straight.