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Diary of a social distancer: a bitchy email answer that felt GOOD

You know how much I loathe these shysters who write essays for students to cheat with? Here’s an approach I got today (yesterday by the time you see it!), along with the reply I sent.

From: Erin Milligan <erin.millligan@gmail.com>
Sent: 25 March 2020 16:55
To: Suze <suze@suzanstmaur.com>
Subject: Resource Update For Your Website

Hello,
My name is Erin Milligan and I just came across your website and noticed that my service can be useful for your audience.

You know how much I ‘love’ these sleaze-bag companies that help students cheat…

I work with EssayOnTime Company… [Read more…]

Are your emails read – or dead?

Did you know that the average white collar worker gets around 100 emails per day? That’s not to mention a sole trader running a knowledge-based business like mine, who gets around 200 a day? An SME entrepreneur who probably gets 200-300 or more?

Email correspondence grows exponentially every year making it harder to get yours opened & acted on. Here are the latest tips…

And did you know that 79 percent of emails don’t even get opened? Now do you see how critical it is to make your emails as open-friendly as possible?

Here’s the latest on how to stand the best chance of getting your mails opened and acted upon… [Read more…]

Email: how to make your signature file work harder

Are those few lines that appear just below your name on your emails working as hard for you as they could?

Email: how to make your signature file work harder

Provided that your business or other activity offers verbally expressed advice and other help, it shouldn’t be hard for you to carve out, say, 10 top tips that you could include in your signature file.

In the spirit of sharing value to clients, prospects and others, here’s an idea that might work for you and your business, charity or other activity… [Read more…]

Email marketing: how to p*ss off your readers or spamees

When a classic email marketing no-no gets through your spam filter into your inbox, much as it’s annoying it’s worth taking a look to see what we can learn from it.Email marketing: how to piss off your readers or spameesIn this case (see below) its arrogance is diluted mainly by its authors’ ignorance of how to write properly in English.

Why native English matters when you’re writing for marketing, or even for spam

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Writing better emails – some back-to-basic tips

Much as we’ve shared earlier articles on emails here on HTWB it’s worth taking another look as time goes on. Here are some of my thoughts on issues which still can be a little perplexing in our daily email correspondence

Writing better emails - some back-to-basic tips

It’s always useful to check over the basics of our email correspondence

1.How informally should you write in a formal email?

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Writing day-to-day business emails: how to get better results

If you need to write emails for business, job, sport, hobby, charity, recreation etc. (and who doesn’t?) there are quite a few very simple yet effective tips to make yours get more engagement and results… the results you want, too.

Writing day-to-day emails top tips from HTWBThese tips are not the same as you would use for email marketing, necessarily, although there are some common denominators. However if you want help with how to write a stonking email advertising campaign, I recommend [Read more…]

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