You get to control the first impression potential clients receive of you and your business, and you also get to help them determine whether to feel confident in your ability...or not. It's all in the wording.
Efficiency Keep your e–mail message short and to the point. The e–mail subject should be detailed enough to give the recipient an idea about the e–mail content without having to open it. Single words like “Hi” or “Hello” or “Help” are unhelpful, think of meaningful but short titles. If you have to e–mail more than two documents as attachments, zip them into one file. Doing so would ensure that the recipient will not miss downloading any file. There are many programm1