Elevated with Brandy Lawson

Unlocking Sales Power: How Your Email Signature Can Transform Your Kitchen & Bath Design Business

February 05, 2024 Brandy Lawson Season 5 Episode 20
Unlocking Sales Power: How Your Email Signature Can Transform Your Kitchen & Bath Design Business
Elevated with Brandy Lawson
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Elevated with Brandy Lawson
Unlocking Sales Power: How Your Email Signature Can Transform Your Kitchen & Bath Design Business
Feb 05, 2024 Season 5 Episode 20
Brandy Lawson

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GET IN TOUCH
💡Learn how to hire and work with experts: https://higherhelpbook.com
⚡ See how we can help your Kitchen & Bath design business: https://fieryfx.com
🔥 Book our CEO, Brandy Lawson, to speak: https://brandylawson.com

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fieryfx
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fieryfx
Instagram: https://instagram.com/fieryfx
YouTube: https://youtube.com/@thefieryfx.

In this episode, we're going to dive into a topic that gets often overlooked, but can be a real game changer for your sales efforts. The power of your email signature. That's right. Your email signature has the potential to be an active contributor to your sales system. But if it isn't set up to be helping, it's actually potentially hindering your sales. You might be thinking, Everyone has an email signature. What's the big deal? The big deal is that your email signature is often the first place anyone interacting with you checks for crucial information. It's where they look for your phone number, the link to your website, or any other additional details they might need to further engage with you. So, let's make sure you're using it intentionally and strategically. Your email signature serves a primary function, to identify the sender of the email. But it's capable of so much more! It can be a source of valuable information for your prospect, guiding them toward the next step in your sales process. It's an opportunity to engage and provide a seamless experience. The possibility exists that you don't have to tell them, here's my booking link, or visit our website. Instead, you can just include all of that in your email signature, making the process smoother for your prospects. So, how can you make the most of your email signature? Let's break it down into five steps. Number one, phone number. Ensure your phone number is prominently displayed in your email signature. It's one of the most critical pieces of information your prospects may need to get in touch with you. Yes, people actually still make phone calls. Number two, scheduling link. Providing an easy and direct way for people to schedule a meeting with you. Don't have a scheduling link? Then please tune in to episode 16 and go set one up. Number three, availability. If your schedule has specific working hours or preferred meeting times, consider mentioning these in your email signature. It's a simple yet effective way to manage your prospect's expectations. Also important to include this information if there are upcoming holidays or if you have planned time out of the office. Number four. Your photo. A personal touch can go a long way in building trust. Instead of a generic logo, include an approachable photo of yourself. This personal connection can make your prospects feel more at ease. And number five, bonuses! Your email signature is an excellent place to highlight your latest offer. Downloadable resources, awards, or any recent news that is relevant to your prospect. It's not about stuffing everything into your signature, but being selective and intentional about what you include. Now, here are some pro tips for optimizing your email signature. Host your images. To ensure your email signature appears clean and professional, host your images online. This prevents them from being sent as attachments, making your emails look more organized. Simplicity is key. Keep your email signature simple and to the point. Include only the essential information that matters to your prospect and to you. It should be easy to read and not overwhelming. Next pro tip, mobile version. If you frequently send emails from your mobile device, consider creating a separate, simplified mobile version of your email signature. It keeps things clean and ensures your signature remains professional, regardless of how you're sending your emails. Setting up your email signature is a straightforward process. Most email clients, like Outlook or Gmail, allow you to create and customize your signature. However, for consistent branding and an optimized signature, you might consider using specialized services like Patronum or Signytic. Patronum is a Google Workspace Manager that handles email signatures in addition to lots of other functionality. On the other hand, Signytic is specialized for just signature management, offering advanced features such as scheduled banners and tracking. It's a fantastic value at just 12 per person per year. When you put together a well optimized email signature, you're essentially adding one more valuable piece to your sales system. It ensures that potential buyers receive the information they need, precisely when they need it. Your email signature becomes an active contributor to your sales efforts, enhancing the overall client experience. Tune in to the next episode when we'll discuss a challenge, even when you have an incredible sales system. How to get everyone on the team to use it consistently. No, it isn't just you and yes, it is possible to achieve. Hire help my book on how to use experts to shortcut improvement growth and capacity is now available. Get all the details and buy it by going to higher help book. com.