Remind your reader of the main points of your letter, and give them specific ideas on how to follow up. If you plan to contact them to follow up yourself, give them a bit of warning and several business days in between the letter and your next point of contact. Let them know if you plan on being persistent – but don’t be aggressive with any phone calls or follow up. Give your prospect plenty of time to get back to you. After all, we all lead busy lives.
While they might not always ask for it, everybody appreciate some great humor, especially if it is being used as an introduction to a great article they need to read.
This version of How to Write an Essay Introduction was reviewed by Megan Morgan on December 18, 2015.
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