How to create Introduction Email

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When you compose the email that will introduce yourself and/or your services to someone, you can follow to help make a strong connection with your potential client and find the way for a good working relationship with them.
As you know that worlds get smaller with the online social graphs and open networks in public view, our opportunities increase to intelligently connect the dots. So, you have to made an introduction that will equally benefit both people being introduced is terrific feeling. But, making an introduction in our fast paced world as we know it is more challenging now than it used to be. We all have more friends, followers, and connections than we realize and getting someone’s attention takes an artful introduction.
To ensure that both recipients see or give their full attention or value to an email introduction, Here are some thoughts on sending the perfect email introduction to a client:-
Subject Line: “E-Intro: Person One & Person Two” – Playing on everyone’s narcissism, and making sure that your email gets seen in someone’s inbox, put both names of the people you are introducing in the subject line.
First Section: A lot of times, there is a more immediate reason to make an introduction for one of the two people than the other. Address it to Person One and let the first line of this paragraph sum up your recent interaction or why you wanted to make an introduction on their behalf. The second line should begin with some variation of like Allow me to introduce Person Two and then give a quick sentence on who they are. The third line should begin with the phrase. “Based on that you said in the second line, so like there would be a good conversation to be had.”
Second Section: This second paragraph is addressed to Person Two. Similar to the first paragraph, use the opening line to follow up on any recent interaction you’ve had with them, in person or something you may have seen online that would be of interest to the purpose of the email. The second line should be the introduction of Person One, who they are, and the endeavor they are currently working on that is the focal point of the email. The third line should be why you think that this opportunity is valuable for them to know about (but not a sales pitch.)
Intentional Match Making: The final line of the introductions is that: “I hope this E-Intro will lead to a great conversation in the near future. Please keep me posted.”
So, you used this template for the E- introductions.

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