I am writing a letter (email actually) to a client I really want to do business with. I don`t want to appear desperate and I have this bad habit of typing this out:
I hope to hear from you.
Then I delete it and change to:
I look forward to hearing from you.
Any advice on this? The sentence prior to this is:
Again, I enjoyed meeting you last night and wish you much success!
And is that corny, too? I don`t like putting "I`ll call you next week to follow up." when there really is nothing to follow up on. He didn`t ask for a quote or discuss any project. But he did indicate there are times when he would need my services.
The purpose of this email is to confirm what I told him last night: that I would enjoy the opportunity to work with him. And I will follow up a month or so from now with another email asking if there is an upcoming opportunity.
Am I okay here? Or can I improve on this process? I`ve never really put much thought into selling myself, but my luck of getting clients may run out one day. Thanks in advance for your input.
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