- 13 Apr
What Your Email Writing Style Says About You
by Andrea Lehr
Every day, humans make snap judgments. In one Princeton study, participants made assumptions within 100 milliseconds of being exposed to a portrait. In a similar study on virtual bias, researchers at the University of British Columbia compared respondents’ in-person impressions with those obtained by only viewing Facebook photos — and the results revealed that passive, virtual impressions tended to be more negative.
BuzzStream and Fractl took this idea a step further to determine if any parallels exist in terms of email habits. We surveyed more than 1,200 men and women between the ages of 18 and 64 to find out how they use email, and how gender, age, and level of education impacted specific preferences and behaviors.
Here’s what we found about What Your Email Writing Style Says About You. Read the entire article at HubSpot.com