It’s not easy to write emails; most of us may even suffer “writer’s block” when it comes to simple tasks like writing an email.
The best way to overcome this “writer’s block” is to look at samples written by others.
We have curated some of the best email writing samples that you can use to help you out.
How To Use the Email Samples
It is important to know that the following are just email samples. Therefore you need to modify the email content to suit your purpose.
These email samples should serve as a form of inspiration to kickstart your email writing. We do not recommend that you copy the email sample content word-for-word.
Professional Email Writing Examples
Here’s a simple way to use email examples to write your next professional email.
We have written an email about rebranding TheWebPanel to WebAble:
Subject: TheWebPanel is now WebAble
We are excited to announce our new brand identity. This update showcases our ever-improving services of our hosting services.
Over the past few months, we spent many hours (and coffee!) creating a new image that will clearly define who we are and our offers.
As of DATE, TheWebPanel is now rebranded as WebAble.
– Your website can load faster!
– Your website is more secure!
– Your website is environmentally friendly!
Through our rebranding exercise, our commitment to our clients is the same, if not better.
If you have received any email from “WebAble Host”, you know it’s from us!
Feel free to reach out to us with any thoughts or compliments. We are excited to hear from you.
Suppose your supervisor tasked you to write an email to your client announcing the rebranding exercise. You can use our email sample as an inspiration.
Your email could look like the following:
Subject: Brand A is now Brand B
We would like to announce the rebranding of our Brand A to Brand B.
The rebranding allows us to showcase our services to our customers better.
With the new branding, you will be able to receive the following:
- Faster services!
- Better customer support!
- Competitive pricing for loyal customers!
Feel free to let us know how you feel about the new branding. We are excited to hear from you!
It took us no more than 5 minutes to write this email. Perhaps another 10 minutes to allow for proofreading by your editorial team, and you will have a new professionally written email ready to send!
Now that you have gained this newfound skill, let’s look at some of the best email writing sample resources you can refer to.
DripScripts is a tool that allows you to write email sequences. All you need to do is to select a template, and from the template, you can customize the email sequence that is suitable for your needs.
They currently have the following templates:
- New Subscriber Welcome
- Product Validation
- Cold Subscriber Re-Engagement
- Post-Webinar Sales Series
- Product Launch
That is not bad for a start.
If you want to write not only one email but a series of emails, DripScripts is a great tool.
This tool is free, and they also have a Facebook community group where you can interact with other users.
Just Good Copy
Are you interested in getting email inspirations from big companies? Just Good Copy is your must-go resource!
This website features emails from well-known companies like Trello, Pinterest, Basecamp, Zendesk, and more.
You can search for the topic you want; this website will show you the inspiration you need. Or pick a tag to see the written email samples.
Good Sales Emails
If you want emails that are more oriented to sales, you should check out Good Sales Emails. Similar to Just Good Copy, they have a repository of sales-related emails from big companies.
The good thing about this website is that it provides an email sequence you can use for sales follow-up.
Swipefolder provides email templates that you can use as inspiration. They have about 20 categories on this website.
Note that the emails on this website are more direct-response, so if you are looking for emails with distinct call-to-action, this website is great for you.
Above are the 4 recommended resources if you need inspiration for email writing.
Let us know if you find them useful, and share with us other resources that you may find useful.