Feeling ignored? How to get a response to your e-mail

05/11/2010 | Web Worker Daily

To get someone to respond to your follow-up e-mail, try to send it at times you know the person is online, such when you notice he or she is on Twitter, Dave Clarke writes. Also, "be on the lookout for any patterns in interest or anything you can use to communicate with this person in a way that makes them feel positive about the experience," he writes.

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