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Email is such a large part of our everyday lives that you would think that we have the art of writing effective emails buttoned down. However writing effective email that gets results is not as common as you may think. Too often our email fails to get the response we hoped for or worse we get no response at all. This series of posts will explore why email fails to get a response and how you can write an email that gets results.
Effective communication is the life blood of any business with email being an important part. The goal of this series is to provide the tools and techniques to hep you write an email that cuts through the noise and gets results. Email that gets results improves the speed of communication, reduces unproductive conflict and frees up executive time.
This post is the table of contents that will serve as a reference for the posts in this series as they are published.
- 5 Reasons Your Email Goes Unread
- 3 Kinds of Email Outcomes
- Subject Lines that Get Results
- Email that Gets Results is Focused on a Single Outcome
- Email that Gets Results is Structured for Clarity
Hope this series will be useful for you! Feel free to contribute to the conversation by providing comments and feedback.