Sunday, November 03
When you’re running a startup, it’s easy to get bogged down working on your product. Adding a killer feature, managing customer support — it all requires a lot of attention.
Thursday, October 17
Imagine you were at a networking event, and you spot someone you don’t know but would love to. Maybe she has your dream job, or maybe he runs a great business that you’d like to model yours after.
Wednesday, July 24
Email has become the primary way we contact people — whether we’re looking for a job, trying to land a freelance client or simply working to expand our network. So why do so many people write terrible emails?
Thursday, July 18
That’s how many emails most “working professionals” send and receive every day.
Wednesday, May 29
Even good writers make mistakes, from obvious repeats to subtle misspellings. It means we're human.
Wednesday, May 22
When you send an email, chances are that it’s competing with hundreds of others for the recipient’s attention. Here’s how to compose emails that people will actually read, answer, and act on:
Thursday, May 02
First time e-mails to potential customers must be short and make it easy to move to the next step.
Wednesday, April 24
No one wants their writing to put readers to sleep. And yet, many managers write boring and repetitive e-mails, reports, and letters. To keep your readers engaged, try the following:
Monday, March 18
Follow this simple, six-step system to ensure your e-mails get the job done.
Monday, February 25
Tired of sending out emails and getting no responses back? An email expert shares seven tips to help make sure that your emails get read.