20 Email Sign Offs That Put “Best” and “Thanks” to Shame

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20 Email Sign Offs That Put Best and Thanks to Shame

Written by Aja Frost

Most of us stop reading after the last full sentence in an email. After all, the majority of people sign off with “Best,” “Thanks,” “Sincerely,” or something similarly boring — and there’s no point reading this a million times:

Thanks,

Aja

However, the ubiquity of boring email sign-offs is actually a great opportunity for sales reps. Closing with something memorable and personalized won’t just make you stand out — it’ll also give you one last chance to connect with your prospect. And with attention spans shrinking every day, every line of your email should make an impact. So pair a powerful email closing line with a unique sign off to make an impression.

Take a look at the difference an email sign off can make compared with the standard one above:

Always a pleasure chatting with a fellow Red Sox fan,

Aja

A lot more interesting…

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