Derek Halpern shares what he calls the Follow Up Framework. In this video, he recommends telling the person you are meeting that you will follow up with them and gives you the tips on how to provide value. He also has a tip for what to do in situations where you want to create a relationship but have nothing to offer.
Although most people understand the important role networking and socializing can play in a career or a business, very few people put in place a methodic system for following up with the people they meet during an evening of networking and socializing. In this post, Art Of Manliness shares a strategy for checking in and keeping in touch with contacts and clients.
Like with anything worth doing, effective email marketing requires some persistence and attention to detail. You need to know when and what to send and you have to take advantage of every opportunity.
In this post, Close.io looksat how to use follow up emails to convert in a variety of scenarios. They look at examples and providing templates for 8 types of email follow up. Comprehensive post.
Here are eight actionable dos and don’ts for following up with someone in a professional way after you’ve connected.
Check out these five check-in email templates—one for each type of connection. With these in your back pocket, you’ll have no trouble holding on to relationships that could one day prove very valuable.
Stop the BS, and start creating conversations that matter by crafting effective follow up emails. In this post you’ll find sample follow up email subject lines, 3 tools to improve follow up emails and 12 networking follow up emails