Salespeople tend to get desperate at the end of the month. This is not a good plan.
From: XXXXX Chevrolet <XXXX@XXXX.net>
Date: July 29, 2014 at 9:11:25 AM EDT
Subject: Kristi from XXXXXXX - Perfect time
We would really like you to come in to our dealership to take a look at the Chevy Volt. We have deals running this month that you just won't find come Monday.
So what do you do next? EASY, just call or email me. My number is 248-XXX-XXXX or just reply to this email. I'll be happy to answer any questions you have! If you choose to visit the dealership before you have a chance to let me know you're coming, please make sure that you ask for the Internet sales team at our reception desk. If I am not in the dealership for some reason, one of our Internet sales specialists will be happy to help you.
What is the best time for you?
Internet Sales Specialist
123 Main Street
Anywhere, MI 48075
Sales (XXX) XXX-XXXX
SALES IS A LONG TERM THING, so when a prospect pushes back that you are laying too much pressure on, you should lay off. If you respect your prospects, you will get the business.
If someone wants to buy from you, they will...and it won't take 9 emails to get them to buy.