Each email you send should have the following components… If the introduction doesn’t hook her, she’ll click “Back” instantly.
Even better, if you are creative enough to connect the introduction and the subject line, you’ll really hook her.
Apologize: Please accept my apology for missing the meeting yesterday.
I am sorry that a medical appointment prevented my attending.
"This recommendation offers a solution to the problem of delayed responses to customer inquiries." "During a recent claims adjusting process, we discovered some concerns with your property that must be addressed." "I am pleased to inform you that we have hired a new Vice President of Human Resources." Too often writers open with ineffective "throat clearing" that loses readers and gets in the way of the real message. " at the start of the communication will help you avoid wordy, unproductive openings. Provide a reference: Jessica Dell has asked me to provide information to you in support of her job application, and I am pleased to do so.
." helps you and your readers recognize the purpose of your message.