#23: Your Email Should Come From a Person

by | Aug 25, 2016 | eBook, MeshLabs

“Think about it. Which email are you more likely to open — an email that comes from some faceless corporation, or an email that comes from an individual, like a friend or family member?”

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The “from” field in your email address should indicate that the email is coming from you personally or a person in your company. It shouldn’t generate from a faceless corporation. This is crucial because the “from” field is typically the first thing an individual looks at when he or she opens an email.

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