Want to know how to write e-mails that get responses after a wedding client inquires?
Are you frustrated by inquiring clients who send you an e-mail requesting your pricing, you excitedly e-mail them back and you never hear from your that client again?
If so, you’re not alone!
If you can answer “YES” to any of these statements, this is for you:
____ I respond to client inquiries and often never hear back.
____ You’ve thought your pricing is the main reason people don’t respond to your e-mails.
____ I understand the value of educating newly engaged clients, but don’t want to scare them off by sounding pushy.
____ I’m confident in the creative side of my business, but would love a little help on the business end of things.
We’ve all had potential clients ghost us and it can be so frustrating, which is why I created a 24-page workbook exercise designed to help you:
– understand the psychology of what clients are looking for in a good e-mail response,
– why it’s simply not enough to e-mail your current pricing even though they ask for it, and
– how to craft an e-mail that serves your potential clients well and ultimately increases responses.
After working through the workbook exercises you’ll gain more confidence in knowing you’re writing great e-mail responses, you’ll increase your overall response rate, and increase your profits. You’ll also get the satisfaction in knowing that you’ve made a good first impression and that you’ve opened the door to offer your professional insight beyond pricing without being pushy.
You’ve put a lot of work into attracting customers to your inquiry form from building a solid network of referrals, posting your best work on social media, paid advertising, professional collaborations, and so much more! So don’t lose another potential client to a poorly constructed e-mail.
As a creative business owner, you strive to stand out amongst your peers, so why are settling for purchasing someone else’s e-mail templates? If you’re ready to take control over your inquiries with more confidence, then The Art of Writing E-mails that Get Responses is for you.
How much is a new client worth to you? How much would your annual profits increase if you could book just one more client each year? A few hundred? A few thousand? Whatever that number is, you owe it to yourself, your business, and your clients to confidently communicate your value via e-mail, so you have the best chance possible of turning that inquiry into a paying client so you can serve them well and your business can prosper.