Brevity is the soul of effective e-mail

11/30/2012 | Lifehacker

If no one ever seems to read or respond to your e-mails, it might be because you are making your messages too long, writes Craig Jarrow. You might end up rambling in your e-mails if you lack necessary knowledge or fail to edit your messages, he writes. "If your emails are brief and to the point, your recipients will be more likely to get the point."

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