How to Sound More Confident in Emails | Small Business Tips | Photography Business Tips

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Are you a photographer who wants to write better client emails? Want to instantly sound more confident in your next email? There are a few phrases you can eliminate to elevate your email game. If you’re struggling with writing hard emails, you should grab our pack of email templates just for you in our shop. You can grab our email template pack HERE.

Part 1: The first phrase is “I think I am”. This phrase reads as uncertain and noncommittal. Try “I am” statement instead.

Part 2. The phrases “obviously”, “needless to say”, and “of course”. They are create an unfriendly tone and are filler phrases.

Part 3. The phrase “sorry”. If you have to apologize in an email try one of these phrases instead: “I appreciate your patience.” Or “I apologize for the miscommunication, misconception, or my actions.”

If you are actually apologizing, be concise and do not over explain.

Need help writing hard emails? We have a pack of email templates just for you in our shop. You can grab our email template pack HERE.

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