Asking for feedback on your messaging can do a LOT for you
There are oodles of reasons to write consistent emails to your prospects
But a great big one that I’ve been using
Which doubles as a way to dramatically increase your subscriber list
Is to ask for feedback on
See if this helps:
Hey [first name], totally ok to say no, but I’m starting a [monthly, daily, weekly] email and would love any feedback you might have. Also totally ok to unsubscribe. Can I sign you up?
Asking this of your 1st-degree connections on LinkedIn has a two-fold effect:
It’s the lowest of low-bar favors that asks for a one-word or even a no-word answer:
The other benefit is that it can start a conversation:
Hey, hadn’t heard from you in a while. Besides the emailing, what’cha up to these days?
The other response I get a lot is:
Sure thing! Say, I could use a little feedback myself …
In my case, they’d like my opinion on their website – which I’m happy to provide
In your case, it’s whatever your expertise is clearly stated in your profile
P.S. Tomorrow: How to make sure your consistent emailing translates into better SEO for your website.
Having trouble getting your team aligned on your website?
Start by focusing on the one thing you can all agree on: The Prospect Comes First: 7 Questions to Answer Before You Write One Word on Your Website*
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*SPOILER ALERT: A lot of the words from your answers will wind up on your website
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