Writing Great Emails is Not Art, 9 Ways to Get There

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Wondering what it takes to get your emails noticed?

In WRITING GREAT EMAILS IS NOT ART, 9 WAYS TO GET THERE, author Gisela Hausmann explains why email is the least attractive way to “get mail” and what unspoken rules influence our perception of emails. She dissects email into its parts, and describes simple and easy to follow techniques how to improve each one. More

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Words: 5,180
Language: English
ISBN: 9780966421798
About Gisela Hausmann

Gisela Hausmann writes authentic, straightforward books.

Born in Vienna, Austria, she graduated with a master’s degree from the University of Vienna. She worked in the Austrian movie industry while also traveling to the locations of her favorite books: Doctor Zhivago’s Russia, Heinrich Harrer’s Tibet, and Genghis Khan’s Mongolia.

Meeting her husband Gisela became involved in book design and publishing. After producing and self-publishing two aerial photography coffee-table books the couple moved to the United States, where their two children were born. In 2000 Gisela lost her husband unexpectedly but decided to stay in the United States and raise her children alone. Many of the humorous stories in her book Naked Determination come from her experiences working in five different industries to support her family.

Gisela Hausmann now lives with her cat Artemis in Wilmington, NC. She is author of eight books and her Straightforward Blog, which focuses on simplifying business concepts.


Why Email is the least attractive way to 'Get Mail'
Gisela Hausmann, author of Writing Great Emails is Not Art, 9 Ways to Get There, explains why email is the least attractive way to get mail. Gisela Hausmann brings historic examples and explains the drama factor your emails have to face.


Review by: Tabitha Ormiston-Smith on March 01, 2014 :
This handy little guide is bound to find a warm reception with sales and marketing people at all levels. Short and to the point, it's packed with handy tips for the email-swamped worker of today. The focus is on presenting your email in such a way that the recipient will open it first when he looks at his crowded inbox, and then feel warm and appreciated and look forward to further emails frim this sender. There is no waffle; the book, although short, is all content.

I think myself that it's a shame this book hasn't been produced in a paperback edition, even though it's small, because it is just the kind of thing that people like to have sitting ready to hand at the back of their desks.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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