Emails are the simplest unit of communication for many people. An email account used to be a source of communication with family, friends, chain letters, and spam accounts.
Since then emails have grown, with many services updating spam filters and self-categorizing social emails, work emails, and ads for you. Those who have realize that it’s the content of the email that has the most weight, and should be best streamlined.
Click through the read more to see our tips on how you can make sure to make the most on your end.
The question is, how do you make an email matter?
Vera Roca works hard at making sure our emails have substance, and are as interesting as any website. We build emails from the ground up in HTML, making sure they’re responsive, informational, concise, and keep the reader’s attention. This can be done with bright colors, font choices that are especially eye-catching and still have high readability, and by capitalizing on space.
How can individuals incorporate these tenets?
If you’re a professional: consider doing away with a simple signature at the end of your email, and replacing it with your own individual HTML business card.
For non-professionals, we still recommend making sure your signature is neat. You might not need to create a business card for your emails, but if you use your account for semi-formal interactions try to make sure your signature isn’t too casual, or that it only reveals information you would be comfortable with anyone seeing.
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