Secrets for getting people to answer your e-mails

07/1/2013 |

Getting other people to respond to your e-mails and phone messages can sometimes feel like pulling teeth, writes Ashley Cobert. Boost the odds of getting answers by explaining why the person should want to help you, keeping your communications short and relevant, and offering potential responses. For situations where that doesn't work, Cobert offers advice for sending follow-up messages or reaching out to other contacts.

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