It’s true that the length of the email is often a big factor in whether or not you get a response. You shouldn’t be sending an email to dozens of people in a quick two minute sprint, but you shouldn’t be writing a long email that will take a lot of time to respond to. It’s also okay to not be very specific about what you’re trying to say.
The most important thing to remember, you shouldn’t be long in the loop. A few days is pretty long, but it’s a good thing you know what youre doing.
It’s so easy to get tired of it. You dont need to be too much too tired, just read for it. If youre still getting tired, try writing a little something short. This is one of the reasons I’m looking so hard at writing articles; i dont want to write anything too long, but if you know what youre doing and have your mind set on something, you can write a little bit.
I have to admit, I use to get very tired of writing long emails, so I was a bit reluctant to try it out. But after seeing the effects of a few short emails I realized how much my brain changes when I write and type so I was able to write a few words that made it a bit worthwhile.
I know this is mostly aimed at my own blog and not on this website. But I actually wrote a few emails and I can guarantee this website has a huge amount of traffic. And that is a lot of people reading your articles. So I am going to say that your writing is so clear and concise that anyone reading it can understand exactly what it is you are trying to say.
I can’t tell you how many emails I get that don’t quite have the right words in them. I’ve never had this problem. But I always tell myself that I know what I’m writing and I should be sure to spell it out before I hit send.
The problem with emails like this one is that they are often so vague that people end up reading them and thinking they understand the information contained within. We are only human. We dont always get it right. I am not saying that you should write in complete sentences. But it does help to know what you are writing so that people can get the gist of what you are trying to convey.
I agree. In this case, the use of “should” is appropriate and would work well here. Writing a short email here is also a good idea. However, if you are trying to convey information to someone who is in a hurry (like your boss) try to make your message as concise as possible. It will make your message more likely to be read.
When writing a professional email these days, there are dozens of ways to do this. The most common is to use bullet points. This is how most e-mail programs (including Outlook Express) have already implemented bullet points in their email. But if you are writing a draft version of an email, try to be brief and to the point. Don’t feel that you have to be able to explain everything in a few sentences.