… to get another date!
Okay, tell me…
Would you ask her or him to marry on your first date?
No, of course, you’d not.
The person doesn’t know you well and you also don’t know him/her.
You don’t get married on your first date.
You have to know each other and see if you’re a match.
Building a trusted relationship.
“The glue that holds all relationships together — is trust.”
If you’re a business, online retailer, or blogger and someone lands on your blog or website.
She joins your email list and gives you her information (email address) — It means she’s allowing you to contact her in hopes that you’ll add some value.
It’s your job to give her something relevant and valuable — informational email newsletters , quick tips, incentives, discounts, eBooks, Whitepapers, Free shipping, etc.
Think more aboutgiving than receiving — It’s your first step in building trust with her.
She’ll not make purchasing decisions from your very first email. If you want to win her, you must understand her needs and interests .
The sole purpose of your first email is to encourage her to read your next emails .
If she trusts you she’ll do business with you.
REMEMBER, the goal of your first date is to get another date.
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