6 Sales Email Templates to Get & Keep a Client's Attention (2023)

When it comes to sales prospecting, it's more important than ever that you write concise, effective communication.

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According to Statista, we’re expected to send and receive over 333 billion emails daily by the end of 2022 — meaning it's not easy to get noticed in someone's email inbox.

Even if you do get your prospect’s attention, you can’t expect them to read your long, fluffy emails filled with the buzzwords of the day when they have many other emails to open. As such, it’s crucial to make your communication clear, to the point, and relevant.

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Here are a few things to consider as you write an email that’d help you with sales prospecting.

How to Write an Email to a Potential Customer

  1. Spend some time on the subject line.
  2. Introduce yourself.
  3. Consider where they're at in the buyer's journey.
  4. Hone in on their pains and provide value.
  5. Push your value proposition.

1. Spend some time on the subject line.

According to Convince&Convert, 35% of email recipients open an email based on the subject line alone. The rest consider other factors in addition to the subject line. All of this is to say that your audience will not read your email content unless they first click the subject line.

It should grab them. And compel them to click and read further.

Here's what you should be doing if you want to write good email subject lines:

  • Use personalization.
  • Pose a compelling question.
  • Use concise and action-oriented language.
  • Leverage scarcity and exclusivity.

Check out our post about the best sales email subject lines if you want to see some of these tips in action.

2. Introduce yourself.

You'll be more likely to gain traction if they already know, like, and trust you. But everyone has to start somewhere, right?

If they've never received communication from you, tell them a bit about yourself in a way that's warm and authentic. In essence, you should be conveying who you are and why they should listen to you. At the same time, it’s important to make it about them. For example, your email sales introduction could go something like this:

"My name is [Name], and I'm reaching out because..."

The following sentence could easily be a question to open a loop or a short elevator pitch to establish trust and authority.

3. Consider where they're at in the buyer's journey.

There's no point in selling yourself as a provider if they haven't decided on a type of solution yet. This is where your CRM and their behavior on your website can be valuable tools.

If they've opted into consideration or decision stage content, you can ask them more pointed questions to drive them to a purchasing decision. However, suppose they've only opted into awareness stage content. In that case, it might help to take a more informational and educational approach because their behavior indicates they're not ready to make a decision yet.

4. Hone in on their pains and provide value.

No one wants to read a sales email. Instead, they want help with their challenges. With this in mind, you should establish empathy and rapport with them while providing value.

For example:

"I see you host several campus events per year. I know it can be tough to get the students attentive and interested. I work with companies like Facebook and Google to help promote their college recruitment events."

5. Push your value proposition.

If no one else in the space does it like you, say so and provide social proof to back it up. This can be in the form of a testimonial, case study, or exciting statistic. This tactic is even more effective if they can "see themselves" in the example, so curate your social proof to include the customers you've served that are similar to them. This helps them see your customer's success story and think, "If they could do it for them, they can do it for me."

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Sample Business Introduction Letter to Prospective Clients

Here are several examples that can inspire your own prospecting techniques.

A couple of caveats:

  • These are generalized to a greater degree than emails we would typically send; they apply to all types of companies and categories. (I've given you some examples of different languages you can use as a guide.)
  • You can certainly get more creative than the email examples below, but be careful. That can backfire if you get too cutesy or familiar. You can pair email design templates with content to customize and build emails that stand out, delight your clients, and gets you the results you’re looking for.

Landing the First Meeting: Introduction Email to Potential Clients

This email would be used as an initial introduction to your company. The key is immediately establishing your expertise and asking for the meeting reasonably early.

Hi [Prospect],

[Your name] with [your company]. We're a Y company specializing in [choose either your primary vertical or a vertical you have experience in] to [insert a typical challenge you help clients face].

I'm wondering if you might be open to an initial conversation to gauge a fit?

We've worked with companies like [insert 2-3 clients here relative to the vertical] to [insert a typical client goal].

If you have a minute or two to learn more about us, you can visit us here at [site]. If I don't hear from you, I will reach out to you via phone later in the week.

Thank you,

[Your Name]

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Why It Works

This email works because it’s direct and straight to the point. The second paragraph tells them why you’ll be valuable to them, which is great because most people don’t have time to go through a long essay.

Landing the First Meeting: Follow-Up Email

This would be used as a follow-up to the above email (either the next day or the following week), and I would recommend the subject line: "Sorry I Missed You." We often see 30% to 40% open rates with this email. You'll also want to introduce a case study at this point.

Hi [Prospect],

Quickly following up on my email from yesterday. I tried to call you but was unable to connect. I was hoping to set up a call to introduce my company, [company name]. Do you have 30 minutes anytime early next week that would work?

While I have you, I thought you might find some interest in our work with [client]. We helped them [achieve goal], resulting in [ideally you have a % to use here, but any meaningful result will suffice]. You can read the whole story here: [Provide case study link.]

As a reminder, we're a Y company, expert (or specializing) in the X category. We've worked with [name 2-3 clients] and many others to [achieve goal].



[Your Name]

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Why It Works

The subject line is intriguing and will likely lead them to open the email. Using a case study offers social proof, which gets them thinking about how you can also help them like you helped others.

Meeting Follow-Up Email

Let's say you met with the prospective client, and you did an initial discovery call to assess their needs and goals. Of course, with longer-term sales cycles, you won't close a deal after that initial meeting, so you should still keep them engaged by moving to the next step.

One of the best ways to get them to open your meeting follow-up email is by piquing their interest with a subject line like, "This may help with [pain point they mentioned]" or "Here's that information you requested." Then, you can request to move the conversation forward with the template below:

Hi [Name],

Thanks for taking the time to meet with me the other day. I haven't been able to stop thinking about [personal detail from the conversation].

Anyway, based on our discussion about [pain point or business challenge], we can definitely help you [what they hope to achieve]. I spoke with the team, and they provided me with this extra info:

[Additional resources, social proof, and/or information the client requested]

Would you be able to hop on a call some time this week to discuss more?


[Your Name]

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Why It Works

It works because it conveys personal interest in them — and people love the attention. Highlighting the pain point shows you’re attentive to their needs and will likely cement your place as the go-to solution.

Sales Proposal Email to Client

Consider this email a digital elevator pitch. You want to reference the different elements central to a conventional sales pitch: problem, value statement, "how you do it," proof points, customer stories, and an engaging question.

This is the hardest sales-oriented email you will send in this series. Make it personal but authoritative. Really show that your product or service can suit their specific needs and goals.

Hi [Prospect],

As I've gotten to know [their company] better, I've come to believe that our services align well with your company's immediate needs and ultimate goals.

We can offer [types of solutions] to allow you to solve [specific problems they're facing]. We use different tactics than our competitors, including [differentiators from other companies in your space].

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We've consistently been recognized for our exceptional outcomes and service, like [specific accomplishments you can reference]. For example, we were able to help one of our customers [reference a specific, relevant customer story].

Given how well our [product or service] suits your needs, I think we could do some great work together.

[Engaging question to wrap things up]?


[Your Name]

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Why It Works

This is a hard-hitting, impactful email that provides extra information about your company and further cements your authority. You’re bringing out the big guns now. You tell them what their problem is and waste no time proffering a solution.

Post-Proposal Send: Follow-Up Email

This one should be used sparingly and only if your prospect has gone dark. This email typically gets a response as it gently points out to your prospect that they've gone dark, but you've stuck with them.

It's simple but effective, and it continues to provide the prospect with opportunities to learn about your company, read your thought leadership, and be reminded of your expertise.

Typically, the prospect's response is apologetic and appreciative. And even if you don't get the business at this point, at least you'll know if you can move on or keep this prospect on your radar.

You'll typically want to use the subject line, "[Company Name] — Still Interested?"

Hi [Prospect],

Hope you had a good weekend (been well, etc.*).

Not sure if you've been really slammed or you've decided to hold off for now, but I wanted to see if you might have any feedback on our proposal?

Certainly, no rush on our end — I don't want to become a pest if you'd prefer I hold off on contact.

I also thought you might have some interest in a recent post on [a post specific to the prospect's category, or if you don't have one, a category-specific, third-party article]. You can read it here: [link].

Look forward to hearing from you.


[Your Name]

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*I would never lead with "Hope you've been well/had a good weekend" unless you've actually spoken with the person.

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Why It Works

The subject line “Still Interested” will likely get the attention of even the busiest of managers. While it appears that you won’t be closing the deal, dropping helpful information for free will keep you in their good books. If you don’t close a deal right now, you might be at the top of the list next time.

Last-Try Send: Follow-Up Email

It's essential to follow up with prospects more than once, but knowing when to throw in the towel is equally important. At a certain point, you're wasting their time and detracting from your time spent on prospects who are actually ready to close.

This email should only be used when you can't spend any more time chasing a prospect and need to either push them to action or close the books on them — for now.

Hi [Prospect],

I've tried to reach out a few times now without a reply. Usually, when this happens, it means my offer is not a priority right now. Is it safe for me to assume that's the case here?

If it is, I won't bother you anymore. If you'd rather I follow up in a month or two when you have more bandwidth, I'm happy to do that as well.

Thanks for your time.


[Your Name]

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Why It Works

If the prospect has been vague about closing the deal, this email works because it demands a direct answer. Short, straight-to-the-point, and polite, it’ll likely get a response from the prospective client, even if it’s a no.

Sample Email to Approach New Client

Here's a sample email you can use to approach a new client. It's based on the first introduction email template.

Email templates like the one above reduce the amount of time I spend doing admin while helping me connect with uber-busy buyers. I hope they'll do the same for you. Introduce them into your email cadence and see what kind of a difference they make.

Why It Works

It works because it directs their attention to your value proposition early on, and by the end of the email, the client would likely have decided whether they need you or not.

Use Sales Email Templates to Nurture Leads

Even though your prospects might have crowded inboxes, they still take the time out to read and respond to emails that address their pain points and needs.

The sales email templates in the post offer you a starting point for creating these types of valuable emails.

Remember that many other people would be reading this guide, so don’t just copy and paste this template. Instead, model it after your business and prospect’s needs.

Editor's note: This post was originally published in October 2015 and has been updated for comprehensiveness.

Topics: Sales Prospecting

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How do you get clients attention in an email? ›

Remember: Straight to the point and keep your message as clean as possible. Include an image – Get attention and attach an interesting image! Email messages that contain all kinds of relevant graphics trigger more interactions. However use common sense and do not overwhelm your readers with unnecessary images.

How do you get people to respond to sales emails? ›

Surprisingly Simple Ways To Get People To Respond To Your Email
  1. Use peer pressure in your favor.
  2. Use their name as often as possible.
  3. Use humor and compliments.
  4. Talk about them (not you)
  5. Say that it is important or urgent on the subject line.
  6. Final thought: never forget the basics.
Feb 7, 2023

How do you write a convincing email to a client? ›

How to write an email to a potential client
  1. Write a subject line. ...
  2. Include a salutation. ...
  3. Write an introduction. ...
  4. Evaluate the prospect's position in the buyer's journey. ...
  5. Ensure the email includes your value proposition. ...
  6. Close the email with a salutation. ...
  7. Sign your name in the email and include contact information.
Mar 10, 2023

How do you attract client attention? ›

5 Tips for Attracting New Customers
  1. Identify Your Ideal New Customers. ...
  2. Use Direct Response Marketing to Attract Customers. ...
  3. Give Something Away to Entice New Customers. ...
  4. Give Your Business a Face Lift to Increase Sales. ...
  5. Get The (Right) Word Out.

What is a good opening line in a sales email? ›

Telling your recipients that you like their work is an excellent hook that will prompt them to read your message and make them more open to your offer. Opening line example: Hello Mike, I've read your latest article [title], and I enjoyed it very much.

What is a successful sales pitch email? ›

A sales pitch email is a short presentation of the critical points of your service, product, or solution that's targeted to a client. An effective sales pitch is short, sweet, professional, and personalized, giving the reader everything they need to know to make a purchase or persuade them to arrange a meeting.

How do you write a short sales pitch email? ›

I'm just emailing you to see if you'd be interested in checking out our new product. I saw that you feature a lot of content about [topic], and I think you and your readers would love ours. We [brief description of what our brand does]. Let me know if you'd be interested in hearing more about it.

How do you get clients to respond? ›

7 Things You Can Do When Faced with Unresponsive Customers
  1. Persist. ...
  2. Send a Calendar Invite. ...
  3. Use Scheduling Tools. ...
  4. Always Schedule a Follow Up. ...
  5. Analyze Your Emails and Other Communications. ...
  6. Remember that It's Not Always You. ...
  7. Keep Customers Up to Date.

How do you get a busy person to respond to your email? ›

Here are ten tips to help you get busy people to respond to your email and start a conversation:
  1. Write a catchy title. ...
  2. Mention something you have in common. ...
  3. Reference positive, recent news connected with the person. ...
  4. Be concise, and write short paragraphs. ...
  5. Use bullet points. ...
  6. Don't leave room for basic questions.
Mar 8, 2017

How do you express gratitude in an email to a client? ›

When you're writing your note, be sure to:
  1. Greet your client by name. ...
  2. Express your gratitude and clearly state why you're sending the note.
  3. Include details about why you enjoyed your experience with this customer (be specific and personalize it as much as possible).
  4. Repeat that you're thankful for their business.
Feb 14, 2022

How do you convince a client to accept your proposal? ›

8 Crucial Tips to Win Every Business Proposal You Ever Send
  1. Find out the true meaning of what they're after. ...
  2. The proposal is won and lost in the introduction. ...
  3. Be clear about what you're providing. ...
  4. Include social proof. ...
  5. Tell your client what to do next. ...
  6. Make it easy to sign and pay. ...
  7. Include your terms and conditions.
Oct 16, 2018

How do you capture attention in sales? ›

Here are the best ways you can gain and keep your prospect's attention in very little time.
  1. #1: Plan Out a Sales Cadence for your Prospects. ...
  2. #2: Watch Your Body Language. ...
  3. #3: Take Time to Learn Their Problems. ...
  4. #4: Visualize your Prospect's Future. ...
  5. #5: Give Actionable Advice. ...
  6. #6: Send a Video or GIF. ...
  7. #7: Keep it Simple.
May 16, 2019

What subject lines get the most opens? ›

Subject lines that include words that imply time sensitivity, like “urgent”, “breaking”, “important” or “alert” are proven to increase email open rates.

What are 4 ways to attract customers? ›

10 Ways to Get New Customers
  • Ask for referrals. ...
  • Network. ...
  • Offer discounts and incentives for new customers only. ...
  • Re-contact old customers. ...
  • Improve your website. ...
  • Partner with complementary businesses. ...
  • Promote your expertise. ...
  • Use online reviews to your advantage.
Apr 6, 2017

What are the six strategies to attract customers? ›

The following six strategies will help you attract and keep customers.
  • Offer quality products. Good quality is the most important reason cited by consumers for buying directly from farmers. ...
  • Cultivate good people skills. ...
  • Know your customers. ...
  • Use attractive packaging. ...
  • Let customers try samples. ...
  • Be willing to change.

What can I write to attract customers? ›

How To Write Copy That Will Attract Your Potential Customers
  • Use your headline and subheads to push major benefits to grab attention.
  • Make your layout easy to read.
  • Write in a conversational tone so that your audience is immediately engaged.
  • Tell them in simple terms what's in it for them.
May 21, 2019

What is a good starting sentence for an email? ›

Hello [Recipient's Name], I hope this email finds you well. Good [morning/afternoon/evening] [Recipient's Name], I hope you're having a great day so far! My name is [Your Name], and I wanted to introduce myself as [Your Job Role] at [Your Company Name]. I am reaching out to you because [Reason for Email].

What is a good email starter? ›

You should start a professional email with a greeting and the name and title of the recipient (e.g., “Dear Mr. Walken”). Then, you should include an introductory line like I hope this email finds you well, followed by the body of the email.

What is the best sales pitch line? ›

Have you ever noticed…” This is one of the best opening lines for sales pitches because it immediately draws your prospect in and has them agreeing with you before you even start your pitch. Use a phrase like this to state an undeniable fact, and then link that to the product that you're selling.

What is the best intro to a sales pitch? ›

“Hi [their name]. It's [your name] from [your company]. Last time we spoke, you mentioned [problem that the prospect experienced]. I've given it some thought and I think I know how I might be able to help you [insert the benefit of your product, as it relates to their problem].”

What is an example of a sales conversation? ›

For example a typical sales conversation may go something like this: Salesperson "I wanted to follow up on the proposal we submitted and answer any questions or concerns you might have." Buyer: (To herself) "Their proposal didn't address my needs and I am leaning towards another company.

How do you get an unresponsive client to respond? ›

After the client has stopped responding: Attempt to communicate with your client at least 2-3 times before assuming they are unresponsive. After you consider them unresponsive, send a “kind but firm” warning. Be short and direct, stating the timeframe by which they need to respond.

How do you get clients to respond faster? ›

7 ways to be more responsive to customers
  1. Ask your customers what they want. A survey of your existing customers can show you which customer service channels they prefer. ...
  2. Manage customer expectations. ...
  3. Develop procedures. ...
  4. Educate your employees. ...
  5. Provide self-service options. ...
  6. Use technology. ...
  7. Stay human.
Nov 6, 2019

How do you speak professionally to clients? ›

Maintaining a consistent tone
  1. Think of tone on a spectrum. Take the examples above: “Anything else?” and “What else can I help you with?” ...
  2. Use positive language. ...
  3. Be brief but not brusque. ...
  4. Reply in a timely manner. ...
  5. Always use your customer's name. ...
  6. Talk their talk. ...
  7. Be careful with jokes. ...
  8. Create a support style guide.
Sep 2, 2022

What is a winback strategy? ›

What is a win-back strategy? A customer win-back strategy engages lapsed customers by offering incentives, rewards, or offers to encourage new and repeat purchases.

What is a winback flow? ›

The clue is in the name, but winback flows are essentially automated email flows designed to 'win back' customers that have lapsed. A lapsed customer is someone who hasn't made a purchase or interacted with your brand in a set time period. This could be a one-time customer who hasn't returned, or a lapsed subscriber.

How do you professionally email someone who is not responding? ›

For example, you could say something like “I'll follow up again in a week, in the meantime, please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions”. This shows that you're still interested in the topic and willing to continue following up, without being too pushy.

How do you get people to reply to you? ›

Ask a question that will make your friend or crush smile—and motivate them to respond to you. Be sure to keep your questions open-ended; “yes” or “no” questions can limit your conversation, while open-ended questions give you a nice starting point for the rest of the chat.

How do you professionally say I know you are busy? ›

Some phrases that I use often that seem to work well are: “Hey [name], I know you're super busy, so just floating this back to your inbox in case it slipped through.”

How do you email professionally? ›

7 Useful Tips for Writing a Professional Email
  1. 1 Greet the person you're emailing. ...
  2. 2 Are you thanking the person, or are you responding to a recent message from them? ...
  3. 3 Explain why you're emailing. ...
  4. 4 Remember to keep it short. ...
  5. 5 Wrap up with a closing line. ...
  6. 6 Sign off with an appropriate closing. ...
  7. 7 Take a moment to proofread.
Jun 2, 2022

How do you start a professional thank you email? ›

A few examples of effective subject lines for your reference:
  1. Thank you for your time (name)
  2. Thank you for (give a reason for sending the email)
  3. Grateful for your (reason to send the email)
  4. Thank you (name) for meeting with me etc.
Mar 9, 2023

How can you persuade a client to hire or choose you answer? ›

  • 1) Show them you know their business. ...
  • 2) Spell out how they are going to benefit from your services. ...
  • 3) Give them samples. ...
  • 4) Show them you're professional. ...
  • 5) Reduce the risk factor. ...
  • 6) Keep it short and sweet. ...
  • 8) Meet Your Deadlines. ...
  • Convince a Client to hire you on a Freelance Basis with these E-Mail Templates.
Aug 30, 2019

How do you ensure you write a winning proposal? ›

5 Guidelines for Writing Winning Proposals
  1. Focus on the client immediately: Engage from word 1.
  2. Focus on your discussions: Stay on the topic at hand.
  3. Focus on clarity: Keep your language easy to understand.
  4. Focus on the value of the solution: Give the buyer reasons to move forward.

How do you write a convincing proposal? ›

How to write a project proposal
  1. Write an executive summary. The executive summary serves as the introduction to your project proposal. ...
  2. Explain the project background. ...
  3. Present a solution. ...
  4. Define project deliverables and goals. ...
  5. List what resources you need. ...
  6. State your conclusion. ...
  7. Know your audience. ...
  8. Be persuasive.
Nov 8, 2022

How do you pitch a client through email? ›

8 tips for writing an email pitch
  1. Write an engaging subject line. One tip for writing a great email pitch is writing an engaging subject line. ...
  2. Greet your recipient. ...
  3. Include a value proposition. ...
  4. Include a call to action. ...
  5. Keep your pitch brief. ...
  6. Use an eye-catching email design. ...
  7. Back up your claims. ...
  8. Send a follow-up email.
Mar 10, 2023

What is a warm email? ›

What Is a Warm Email? As first defined by veteran copywriter and business coach Ed Gandia, warm emailing is a targeted, personalized outreach strategy in which each email is handcrafted and written for one person only.

How many sentences should a cold email be? ›

How long should a cold email be? It should be short, 2-5 sentences of no more than 200 words in total. Data suggests that 50-125 words is the optimal number. That's all you need to spark someone's interest and start a conversation.

How do you get someone's attention professionally? ›

How to get someone's attention without being sleazy
  1. 1 – Be interested in your topic. ...
  2. 2 – Be interested in your audience. ...
  3. 3 – Become a good storyteller. ...
  4. 4 – Have a unique point of view.

What is the most professional looking email? ›

The most standard and recommended form of a professional email address is of course the firstname.lastname@domain.tld format. But there are some other ways you can get a professional email address, such as: firstnameinitial.lastname@domain.tld. firstnameinitiallastname@domain.tld.

How do you start an attractive email? ›

6 strong ways to start an email
  1. 1 Dear [Name]
  2. 2 Hi or Hello.
  3. 3 Hi everyone, Hi team, or Hi [department name] team.
  4. 4 I hope your week is going well or I hope you had a nice weekend.
  5. 5 I'm reaching out about . . .
  6. 6 Thanks for . . .
  7. 1 To whom it may concern.
  8. 2 Hi [Misspelled Name]
May 10, 2023

What are three effective ways of getting people's attention? ›

10 Ways Great Speakers Capture People's Attention
  • Start with the unexpected. Start with a bang, not a whimper. ...
  • Make it about them. ...
  • Keep it concrete at the start. ...
  • Keep it moving. ...
  • Get to the point. ...
  • Arouse emotion. ...
  • Keep it interactive. ...
  • Write clear headlines.
Mar 5, 2014

What are words for catching someone's attention? ›

Some common synonyms of attract are allure, captivate, charm, enchant, and fascinate.

How do you grab someone's attention in words? ›

  1. ahem. interjection. used in writing to represent a sound that you make to get someone's attention in a polite and quiet way.
  2. all right. interjection. ...
  3. (be) careful. phrase. ...
  4. behold. interjection. ...
  5. cooee. interjection. ...
  6. do you hear (me)?/you hear (me)? phrase. ...
  7. drum roll. noun. ...
  8. earth to someone. phrase.


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