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Email or Letter?

 
#1 Email or Letter?
15/04/2014 10:30

DrNicola

I want to pitch to random organisations my consultancy services. Should I use email or letter?

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#2 RE: Email or Letter?
15/04/2014 10:34

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to DrNicola (#1)

I think your starting point should be to work out your marketing strategy. What's the best way to reach the people that might be interested in your services?

I don't think email or letter makes much difference, both are easy to ignore if they're not interested and both will get a response if they are...

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#3 RE: Email or Letter?
15/04/2014 10:47

marsday to DrNicola (#1)

Well if you are pitching random organisations why bother with either - a psychic approach might be just as useful.

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#4 RE: Email or Letter?
16/04/2014 10:02

Smithy to DrNicola (#1)

I think you may need to use more than just one letter.

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#5 RE: Email or Letter?
16/04/2014 14:12

MikeTC to DrNicola (#1)

Posts like this always leave me a little puzzled.

We all know how difficult it can be to get in to the field of consulting compared to most things, yet so often on this forum I see supposed consultants who can barely string together a coherent forum post. Where do these consultants work?

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#6 RE: Email or Letter?
16/04/2014 15:20

Anon MCs to MikeTC (#5)

Dr N,

Ignore the negative comments above, I think your best options to get noticed:

- Create a body sized placard showing key parts of your offered services, strip down to your underpants and stand outside their offices. Scream at the top of your voice what those services are while doing a little jig

- Ensure your letters are sent in huge boxes marked "To the CEO, from Free Stuff Ltd" on the outside. The CEO will pick this bad boy up and see your letter

- Give your email name a bit of juice. No more "John Smith", go with Hewj Fajinah and make sure there is a "Miss or Ms" at the front and send it to the CEO with a "See you soon" at the end. He will get back to you within a few minutes and organise a meeting time for asap

Failing that, learn how to properly string together a Forum request and stop wasting our time. Jesus, were you serious with your question!?!

Best Regards

Hewj

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