A guide to writing effective e-mails

03/19/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Your e-mails will be more effective if you start by explaining what you want the recipients to do instead of including lengthy introductions, Geoffrey James writes. Provide brief supporting arguments and evidence for your viewpoints, and write subject lines that will grab your readers' attention.

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