#179: Write Subject Lines That Appeal to Emotion and Curiosity

by | Aug 24, 2016 | eBook, MeshLabs

“The trick to writing email subject lines that get your messages opened is to appeal to the recipients emotions, needs and curiosity…You open emails based on the five ‘I’s.”

@chrisgarrett

Think about what would make you open up an email. What are you thinking about as you evaluate each message in your inbox? You’re likely concerned with importance, intrigue, interest, involvement, and investment. Put these concerns into practice when writing your email subject line.

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