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Part V: Networking via E-Mail and the In... > Formulating an Effective E-Mail Mess...

Chapter 21. Formulating an Effective E-Mail Message

If you are going to add e-mail to your networking arsenal, be sure your messages are opened, read, and acted upon. Whether the e-mail is opened often depends on the subject line, but then the message itself also must communicate clearly and effectively. For best results, restrict each e-mail to one primary message—the one action you want the reader to take, such as to open and read your attached resume or schedule a job interview.


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