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Keep it short

Keep it short

Think about how people read. Try to leave out the part that readers tend to skip - the long paragraphs that have more to do with what you want to say than what the reader needs to hear. Always keep your reader in mind.

And if you can’t write an email that’s less than half a page long, then email isn’t the best way to communicate this information.

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Business Writing

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