I Have to Cancel Your Appointment
The Situation: You woke up sick and need to reschedule or any other reason for rescheduling.
Hi [Person’s First Name],
I Need to Followup with a Client
The Situation: Maybe you have a lot of information to share with a client, or you know that they would be a good fit for the clinic and you would like to go the extra mile. Here’s an email you can send out.
I Don’t Know You, But You Should Buy From Me
The Situation: You want a stranger to come try your massage, but you don’t want to be a spammer.
Dear [Person’s Name],
Hi, I’m [name], from [company]. I don’t think we’ve met yet, but we’re both members of [networking group].
I’m emailing you because I have been practicing [Sports/Clinical Massage] for [x years] — and I thought you might be interested in my work because [reason you want them to be a client].
If you don’t currently get [Sports/Clinical] Massages, this might not be a match, although I would be happy to offer you an introductory offer to try me out.
Thanks in advance for considering me, and I hope to meet you in person.
[physical address, showing you work at a real company and not sketchy at all]
I Want All the Referrals, Please
The Situation: You met someone at a networking event and you want him/her to send you business. So far, your entire relationship with her is a ten-minute chat while you wore nametags and drank wine out of plastic cups. Not much to build on.
It was a pleasure meeting you last night at [networking event]. I just wanted to send a quick email (and LinkedIn invite!) to keep in touch.
Oh, and that website I mentioned that I thought might be useful to you is [URL]. Hope that helps.
See you at the next event!
[A descriptive tagline, like “Need a Sports Massage? Call us first!”]
[All your contact information]
[Another link to a specific offer “Try a Sports Massage for $45, click here to book now!”]
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