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Thoughts on ending and prospecting email with "Please let me know?"

Alison Vacovec
US Director at HEROW
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Kyle Phillips
Business Development Manager at Ai-Media
I prefer ending an email with a more direct question like "What would be a good time for us to talk?". My assumption is that I'm bringing something of value to their attention and they'll be interested in having a conversation with me, it's just a question of sorting out calendars. And I'm asking them a question so prompting them to respond.
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about 2 months ago
Sahil Mansuri
CEO at Bravado
If you send a great first email, get no reply... I like forwarding that email to the prospect with a "Bumping this to the top of your inbox, let me know if this is interesting or if you'd rather pass on connecting." 
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about 2 months ago
Barbara Giamanco
CEO at Social Centered Selling
The best way to end a prospecting email is with a specific call to action. "I'm setting up meetings to talk to sales leaders about how they are addressing XYZ problem. I have these dates/times open. Which of these can I confirm on your calendar?" 

Or, taking the approach of sending them a specific data/time via a calendar request... "Given this prob...
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about 2 months ago
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