Start by thanking the client
Start the note by thanking the client/customer. Do not write the details of your service or products, just express your gratitude for their response, regardless of whether they showed their interest in your offer or not.
Keep it short
Sales visit thank-you notes are generally written in one paragraph, and sometimes even a few words will do. You should express the confidence that you hope to do business with them, and if the relationship with your clients is old enough, you can say that you will keep serving them in the future as well.
Appreciate their time
Do not forget to thank your clients for the time they took to attend you or your sales team. Telling them so, will reflect that you value them and want to keep working with them.
Be positive in tone
Be realistic and positive in your attitude and write as if you are having a face-to-face conversation with them. Do not let them think that you resent their attitude if they do not show interest in your services.
Say something about future
Write what you are going to do in the future for your client. If your client gave you a positive response, you can say that you look forward to the same response in the future as well. If you had a mixed response from your potential client, you can say that you hope to hearing from them soon and will do your best to serve them.
Sample of a sales visit thank-you note
"Thank you for taking your precious time and giving us the chance to tell you about our service. We think we did our best to tell you about the features of our service and if you feel that it is worth spending money on, give us a call and we will be on our way to your place."
Template of a sales visit thank-you note
"I am writing to thank you for your interest in my products. I am looking forward to a long-term relationship between us. If you make up your mind about getting the first shipment of (insert the product name), just give me call or send an email, I will get straight back to you with a quote."