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How do I NOT be a 'Time Waster?' (AKA: Giving my emails a chance to survive)Views: 314
Nov 27, 2007 8:21 am How do I NOT be a 'Time Waster?' (AKA: Giving my emails a chance to survive)

Dave Charbonneau
Subject: How do I NOT be a 'Time Waster?'

Ours is a newer company and since the first day, 100% of our paying clients have come from referrals.

As such, we're looking to approach 'Business Promotion' specialists (e.g. PR, radio/print, marketing, consulting) in our becoming an active resource to them.

Here's the skinny: I know when I open an email or letter, in my mind it starts out as junkmail from the begining; guilty before proven innocent.

How do you suggest I approach other professionals without appearing to be the 'used car salesman' - thus wasting their time and mine?

What would YOU want to see in a potential partnership? What makes you stand up and pay attention to a solicitation? When you open an email, answer a call, or open a letter, what comes across to you as something of value?

Thanks for your input.


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