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Here’s how to write a “thank you” email to your new students

Everyone likes to feel appreciated. Your students are no exception. Luckily you can easily let your students know how grateful you are for them signing up for your course with a quick email. We’ll walk you through what a good “thank you” email looks like. Then you can try your hand at writing your own email to students using our guide.

Showing thanks and making sure your students feel appreciated goes a long way. When customers, or in this case students, have a good experience, they’re more likely to become repeat students and more likely to refer your course to others. This interactive workbook on writing a “thank you” email is available below. We’ll show you all the elements to include and then we even saved space for you to write your own.



Everyone loves a "thank you"

Learn how to write “thank you” emails to your new students to show them how much you appreciate them with our interactive workbook.

Say "thank you!"

Use this workbook to see an example of a good “thank you” email and everything that includes. Plus, write your own and make sure it’ll convey your appreciation to your students.

Enjoy your download. We'll be in touch soon.

Author: Nina Godlewski, Nina is a Content Marketing Strategist at Teachable. She has a passion for taking complex topics and making them accessible for any reader. Previously she's written for Lending Tree, Fundera, Newsweek, and Business Insider.

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