Want to learn how to write better emails?
Email isn’t going anywhere. It will be the primary way we communicate in business for quite some time. And while managing email and writing emails are certainly frustrating and time-consuming tasks, they are also necessary, especially with the ongoing influence of AI and machine learning on filtering what does and does not get placed in your prospect’s email inbox.
So, it’s worth focusing a little effort on making our own emails better. The hypothesis is that doing so will result in better engagement (more opens and clicks) that also signal to Google and other email clients that your messages warrant the inbox.
The tidal wave of email isn’t going to stop any time soon. I am sure spammers are employing the same AI and machine learning tactics to their own trade. But if we want to be better heard above the white noise, we’d do well to learn how to craft more effective emails.
This isn’t just for copywriters or marketers. If you do anything in a modern office, you probably use email quite a lot. You get a lot of emails, and you send a lot of emails.
So what if you could get more results from the emails you sent? More “yeses” to your requests? Faster decisions from your bosses?
It would make your job a lot easier, right?
A clear path to more effective emails is at your fingertips.