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February 06, 2014

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Cathy Miller

Maybe the person thought your fame precedes you, Lynn. ;-)

I agree with you. The person should have included something more about you.

A question I keep in mind when sending an email is from the perspective of the reader, "So what?"

We should attempt to answer that question for the reader. Except for recipients who may know you, I would say the sender fell way short on answering that question. ;-)

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Hi, Cathy. Like you, I encourage writers to include the answer to the question "So what?"

Thanks for making the point clearly.

Lynn

Frank

Hay,
I am also agree with you .
Also expected to read on and see more words of introduction.
Thank you

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