- 10 May
9 Easy Ways to Get Busy People to Respond to Emails
A recent study from Adobe revealed that workers are spending 4.1 hours per week checking and interacting with our work emails. Despite the adoption of tools like Slack, workers are using email more than ever. And what’s more, it can take us up to 25 minutes to get back on task once we’ve interrupted. Checking and reading email during the workday is a huge part of our day.
Short and Sweet is More Than a Moto, Its Good Email Practice
So needless to say, when you draft an email you want it – and need it – to be well-crafted and impactful so it doesn’t expend even more time. So we’ve put together these tips for writing emails — that will get opened and replied to, without wasting anyone’s time.
To see the 9 Easy Ways to Get Busy People to Respond to Emails, read the full article at HubSpot.com