Subject line options:
- Need any help?
- I’ve got a question 🙋
I was thinking about you and wondering how [your organization] is dealing with online meetings and presentations. So many organizations are struggling with the transition to online … everything!
If you’re having issues with how to manage video conferencing confidently and professionally, my friend Chuck can help. When the virus outbreak shut the Glen Echo Art and Culture Park down, his team at Bald Guy Studio was hired to develop a Zoom training for over 100 art instructors and hundreds of students so they could move their classes online.
Are you having issues like Zoom fatigue? Or with folks showing up in meetings unmuted so you hear their dogs and kids in the background? Do presenters know how to optimize their lighting and audio? Have you made use of Zoom’s security or remote control features?
If you’d like some answers to a couple of questions, just hit reply with what you need and I’ll ask Chuck to help.
Thanks and stay safe out there!
- forward the reply to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chuck will send your prospect a personal video with answers to their questions and send you a copy
If calling, you can use an email to set up a time for your call (not necessary):
You can use an email to schedule your call. Know that it may take several attempts even with a friend, so you may want to go right to the warm lead call script above.
Subject line ideas:
- Long time, no see!
- Wow, [name], it’s been ___ years – let’s catch up!
- I haven’t seen you since _____ [event or time]
- Hi, _______
I was thinking about you today and [how we worked together on _____.] I hope you’re doing well in this crazy time. Love to catch up on the phone. Would it work for me to call on ______?
[then use the call script above when you get on the phone]
Hi, [name], this is [your name].
Is this a good time to chat?
[ask how s/he is doing]
[cover the following as you see fit]
- thinking about you and wondering how you’re dealing with online meetings and presentations
- so many organizations are struggling with the transition to online everything
- are you guys having issues getting up to speed with Zoom or another video conferencing platform?
- my friend Chuck can help
- when the virus outbreak shut down Glen Echo Art and Culture Park in Maryland, his team developed a Zoom training for over 100 art instructors and hundreds of students so they could move classes online
- Chuck told me he’d be happy to answer a couple of questions for people I know
- wondering if you guys are having issues like Zoom fatigue?
- or with folks showing up in meetings unmuted so you hear their dogs and kids in the background?
- do your presenters know how to optimize their lighting and audio?
- have you made use of Zoom’s security or remote control features?
- let me know what you need and I’ll ask Chuck to help.
- or if you’d like to hop on a 15 minute Zoom call, he can offer a number of suggestions for your particular needs
- Which option is best for you?
[if s/he has a couple of issues to address, forward them to email@example.com]
[if s/he likes the idea of a Zoom meeting, go to the scheduling page and set up a time with your lead]
[say thanks and close the call]
[send outcome to Chuck]
Option: just call your contact, tell them about the training program in your own words and try to set up a discovery call on our scheduling page.