In order to write a quality business letter, the three most important components are a strong thesis, a solid idea and a clear call to action. In this article, I will explore some basic examples of good business letter format.
The first thing you should do before writing a business letter is to gather information about your niche. Spend the time to make sure that you understand the problems and the solution potentials in your market. This way, when you write your business letter, you have a good base for your information.
To achieve the professional writing you need, you will need to get yourself a good document editor or a great Microsoft Word template. A word processor that contains an “undo” function will help you during the editing stage. If you don’t know how to do it, look for a tutorial on how to do it.
The next important part of a good business letter is the introduction. This is the section where you introduce yourself to your readers. You need to describe what your company does, why they should choose your services or products and why you should hire them. In my opinion, there is no better way to introduce yourself than by making your company’s name a prominent part of your introduction.
Now that you have a good introduction, you need to write a paragraph introduction. Don’t go overboard, just state what your company has to offer and how your services are better than the competitors. Give the reader a feeling of empathy or understanding. Make it easy for the reader to communicate with you.
The third paragraph body should be your call to action. You need to identify who you want to reach and why they should get your services. Is it your prospects, clients or prospects’ friends, family or co-workers? Always make it clear that they can get more from your company if they can be confident about your services and the benefits that they will get from you.
The last sentence of the article or body is the conclusion. Again, always make it very clear that the reader can expect something of value in return.
Following this, you have already developed a good business letter format. To summarize, it is not about the “right” format, but rather the one that suits your needs.