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This week I’m writing email tips — what do you want to see?

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What kind of emails tips do you want me to write about this week?

Ever since college when I started emailing CEOs and random people I saw in magazines/newspapers/online to take them out to lunch, I realized I was a little weird. But I also realized I had learned how to write an email to get Very Busy People to take meetings (why would you want to ask anyone to lunch?). So this week, I thought I would share some tips on how to email anyone and get a meeting.

This could be useful if you’re looking for a new job, trying to start a business, or just want advice about a new area you’re interested in.

So far, I’m planning to write about…

  • How to write an email to get a meeting with anyone
  • Piss-poor emails I’ve gotten about meeting up that Very Busy People will ignore

What would you like to read about? Leave a comment here.

[Update]: Ack, I jumped the gun on this considering it’s Thanksgiving week. Sorry, everyone. I’m going to hold off on this until later, but I promise it will be worth it. If there are specific types of email tips you want to see, I’ll use the comments to guide my email series.

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  1. Ooh. Want both please, as I am just starting up a service-based business of my own.

    And please, for the love of GOD, tell people how to use email subject lines correctly.

  2. Composing a persuasive email to a coworker and/or boss. In particular I would like to hear your ideas on how to persuade someone to do something they would rather not do.

  3. Aaron, I want to help but that’s really vague. Can you be more specific?

  4. Bullet format vs paragraphs when and why? AND…
    Phrases, words, topics, etc. that will be sure to get your e-mail deleted in seconds.

  5. 1) Bullet format vs paragraphs when and why?
    2) Phrases, words, topics, etc. that will be sure to get your e-mail deleted in seconds. 3) Does your e-mail style change depending on the type of person you’re e-mailing (CEO vs. College Professor)? I would assume it does, but how so?

  6. I think it would be great to learn how I can contact busy people that never have the time.

  7. I’m considering relocating and I would like to see advice on how to apply with a company that isn’t hiring at the moment.

  8. How about some cons about random emailing (even if it’s well written)? And maybe listing some of the people you emailed and responses you got, since I love real life examples.

  9. How about on starting a successful business?
    Or how to get a girl?

  10. I always find that very busy people, such as college professors, will answer your first question in an e-mail, but will ignore all other questions. I realize that it’s essential to keep things brief, but if I have 3 questions, I’d like 3 answers. How do you ensure that your entire e-mail gets read?

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