Here are seven ways to write a networking email that gets a response—and hopefully the action you want.
We receive E-Mail every day like blasts for a new lunch menu, messages from school, receipts of payments, or anything in between. It’s just as easy to click delete as it is to stop and take a look at what you receive. If you ever have to reach out to an acquaintance to get more information about a Career Choice, employment, or place of business, you want to make sure that your e-mail doesn’t get lost in the noise of e-mails that everyone receives. Take a look at Alison Green’s article on writing a Networking E-Mail that won’t be ignored, and you should be able to write the E-mail that covers enough of your bases to get the help you need.