Instant Interruption vs. “Respectful” Delivery - Deepstash

Instant Interruption vs. “Respectful” Delivery

Companies know that messages that interrupt people immediately are more persuasive at getting people to respond than messages delivered asynchronously (like email or any deferred inbox).

In other words, interruption is good for business.

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