As a sales person, you are always on the lookout for new customers. But at the same time you have to make sure your existing customer base is happy and coming back again and again if you want them to refer their friends or colleagues to do business with you.

When you're thanking people for their consideration, it's important to use the right words. If you find yourself struggling to come up with a polite way to tell someone that their idea is not feasible or doesn't align with your company's goals. The following are some thank you for your consideration alternatives.

7 Best Ways to Say “Thank you for your Consideration” While Writing an Email

1. We really appreciate you taking the time to consider our product

In a business to business (B2B) setting, it's important for the salesperson and prospect to maintain contact.

This way the prospective customer doesn't forget about you once they're satisfied with their purchase or you've made them an offer that is too good to refuse.

One of my favorite ways we stay in touch after exchanging emails is by using phrases like "We really appreciate you taking the time to consider our product."

Example:

Hi Steve!

Firstly, we really appreciate you taking the time to consider our product.

We know it’s not always easy to find valuable solutions in a sea of options.

That's why I am reaching out to you with this email: because your search for something worthwhile has led you here.

Let me quickly tell you about (product name).

2. Thank you for your feedback!

Do you ever feel like it's difficult to stay in contact with your prospect after a successful sales call? Maybe they're not following up or coming back for more.

To make this easy on yourself  just add "thank you for your feedback" at the end of every correspondence when possible - even if there is no feedback yet given.

This will keep things moving along smoothly without any awkward gaps between emails that could cause disengagement from either party.

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3. Did we answer all of your questions?

How would you feel if I asked "did I answer all of your questions?" in an email?

In many cases, customers may need more than one follow-up call. It is up to you to ask what else they would like help with and provide solutions.

I found that when prospects get an additional response from the sales team after sending back their initial feedback form it can create new opportunities for future business collaboration!

Example:

Hi John,

Did we answer all of your questions?

Last thing I'll mention is that you're not limited to our pricing plan.

You can change the number of users anytime and there's no contract.

Do let me know if you need anything else!

4. I'm so glad that you found this article helpful

In general, you use this sentence to thank the customer for their time and attention. You can also send them a follow-up email using something like "I'm so glad that you found this article helpful" Here's an example of an email:

Hey Nancy,

I'm so glad that you found this article helpful!

I know it's a lot to take in and the benefits of our product really do seem too good to be true at first.

I will answer any questions you have about our product before you go ahead and sign up for a free trial.

Is there anything else on your mind?

Just let me know!

5. Thanks for your time today

You want to be sure you always act with the utmost professionalism when interacting with your leads and prospects. This includes thanking them for their time at the end of each call, even if they are not a good fit or will never become a customer.

It's important that you show gratitude by following up on meetings as quickly as possible after concluding them, whether it results in an opportunity being opened up or closed down - but try not to overdo this sentiment either way!

Example:

Thanks for your time today. I would like to ask you one last question before the end of our call.

Would it be helpful if I followed up with you on any particular topics?

If so, please let me know what they are and when is a good day to talk.

This will help determine where in the process we'll most likely need to speak again. Thank-you!

6. Hoping you’ll consider doing business with us

Since the prospect response is usually delayed, you want to make sure that your offer still stands by adding a short note of inquiry.

This will not only give them time to respond but also show that you're willing and eager to collaborate.

You can use "hoping you'll consider doing business with us" sentence in an introductory paragraph or as a concluding statement when writing sales emails with prospects.

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7. We're thrilled to be in the running for your business

If your B2B sales email has been successful and it's time to send a follow up message - use this sentence. Just keep following-up on their interest until they ask you to stop or tell you what they're looking for.

Example:

Congrats on getting so close to finalizing your decision.

We're thrilled to be in the running for your business and would love a chance to demonstrate how our _____ can solve that problem you've been struggling with.

Just shoot us an email or give us a call at -, and we'll get started right away.

Thanks

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