We want to hear from you

We want to hear from you

We need to hear from you

Hello, it’s us, the people who arrive in your inbox every Tuesday and Thursday with a (hopefully) useful email resource on topics ranging from marketing strategies to donor growth to how to make sense of the latest web and social media developments. Our team enjoys learning and sharing what we’ve learned with you, and we hope you enjoy reading it as much as we do.
But, rather than just telling you what we think is cool, we’d like to hear what you have to say. We want to build the most useful content we can, on the topics you care about the most, in the format that is easier for you to read and implement. Would you be able to complete a three-question survey to help us better understand your wants and needs, as well as how we can assist you?

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This is your chance to tell us more about yourself, tell us why you read this blog, and let us know what you want to see from us in the coming months.

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In the near future, Jake and I have some major plans for Elle & Company, all of which will help us become an even better design, blogging, and business resource for you.

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That is why we value your input even more; we want to know how you discovered us, where we can change, and why you keep coming back.

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We want to change, develop, and strengthen, and we want you to be a part of it.

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We would be extremely grateful if you could spare a few minutes of your time today. We want you to feel at ease providing us with your truthful input, so we’ve made these surveys anonymous. Please know that we read – one and value your feedback. Please accept my heartfelt gratitude!

Your voice matters. we want to hear from you.

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The video of my talk is now available on YDN Theather, and I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out—especially given the confusion about what people at the conference might like to hear, and the fact that I was correct […]

We need to hear from you

While this term appears at the end of several business emails, there are better alternatives. “I look forward to hearing from you,” at best, is inaudible—a traditional closing expression that recipients sometimes ignore. (When was the last time you read “I look forward to hearing from you” and thought to yourself, “Wow, that’s nice!”?) Do you think I’ll answer right away? That’s right. You get what we’re getting at.) At worst, it’s arrogant and a little snarky.
A successful email correspondence reduces the recipient’s guesswork. The issue with “I look forward to hearing from you” is that it takes you out of the driving seat and positions you in the passenger seat. Now, instead of pushing the email thread forward, you’re just waiting for an answer, and your recipient may not even know what you’re looking for. It’s not looking well.
If you don’t have a strict deadline (“Get back to me by Wednesday”), a submission for input at the end of your email is perfectly acceptable. Keep in mind that this form of closure is a little gentler than demanding feedback by a certain date. It works best when you’re hoping for an answer but aren’t expecting one.

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