Interior Design Email Templates Help You Get More Business

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I'm obsessed with saving time wherever I can. And if I can shave a hour off my day with email templates, I will. So one awesome way to save time is to use interior design email templates for all sorts of things in your business. But most importantly? Reviews.

Interior Design Email Templates: Perfect For Getting Testimonials

Reviews help us figure out if the service or product is what we really need or not. And the same thing goes for your interior design business. That's why you need to ask people to give your a testimonial.

Just like how retailers will send a follow-up email asking for you to review an item you've purchased, you should do the same with your clients.

In fact, you should have a series of interior design email templates for your business that follow each step of your process. Because who really wants to answer the same questions over and over again? (And that FAQ page you created won't be read by everyone.)

So what do you say in this email?

Dear Jane,

I know you're totally busy but wondered if you'd be willing to give me some feedback? With your permission I'd like to showcase it on my website. Your words will help me get new clients and give them a glimpse into working with me.

Here's some questions to get you started...

What was the problem you were struggling with before you hired me?

What were the benefits of working with me?

What would you say to your BFF about working with me?

After you get the testimonial, then what?

Put those glowing reviews all over your website. Not just on your "Reviews" page - but in your blog sidebar, on your sales pages, on your About page... seriously? Everywhere.

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Alycia Wicker

7056 Archibald Ave. Suite 102 #167, Eastvale, CA , USA

Alycia Wicker is an interior design business coach specializing in online marketing strategies.Her clients land more of their own dream clients and make more cash, period. Celebrity gossip whore. Elvis-obsessed.