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The Art of Successful Letter Writing Part 1
It is worth a great deal of money to know how to write a resultful business letter. I speak from experience, having, as a composer of business letters, unexampled opportunities for seeing just what the right kind of letters are capable of.
The Art of Successful Letter Writing Part 2
In the previous chapter I laid great stress on the importance of typing the business-winning letter on the right kind of letterhead, and on mailing the right kind of business-winning letter in the right kind of business-winning envelope. I hope the big idea sunk in.
The Art of Successful Letter Writing Part 3
The Sales Letter answers the interested inquiry (ordinarily a booklet goes with it). It may do one of two things. It may heighten interest in the booklet accompanying it (thus making doubly sure the question of perusal) or it may, in conjunction with the booklet, drive direct for the sale.
The Art of Successful Letter Writing Part 4
I have shown that there are three chief kinds of letters used in business, i. e., Inquiry-Bringers or Canvassing letters, Answering or Sales letters, and Follow-Up letters.
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