Hi there, and welcome to SeeMoji. I’m the Chief Information Officer.
I need you to write an email to our investors. I’ll send you over the bullet points of what to include. Make sure you get everything from the bullets into your email. It’s really important that we convey all of that information clearly.
Special request: I need you to in a way that will increase buy-in. We have big changes coming up at SeeMoji, and we need the investors to be on board with them.
I’ll have my admin send over those bullet points.
Thanks, and good luck.
Hi there. I’m the Document and Media Specialist.
Here are the formatting requirements for your email. Keep your email to less than one page in length and use block style, single spaced. Margins should be one inch, and font should be 12-point Arial or similar. You must – I repeat, must – include a subject line. The handbook contains some model documents and other information that will be helpful to you. I’ll send you an email with the details.
Hey. I overheard all that. I overhear pretty much everything, actually.
Here’s a bit of advice. Those bullet points? You should probably reorder and reword them. And frankly, you might not even want to leave some of them as bullet points at all. I mean, if they thought their giant list of bullet points was going to work, you wouldn’t need to rewrite them. You get what I’m saying?
Also, be sure to reorder that information in a way that highlights what you think the investors will like and justifies what you think they might not like. Doubling the staff size has drawbacks, sure. But emphasizing the benefits of a larger staff can make those drawbacks seem not so bad.
Following are some additional guidelines for this assignment:
Writing an Effective Subject Line
Whether it be a memo or an email, a good subject line is going to make the difference between getting your message read or ignored. With emails especially, you have to assume that your reader or readers are swamped with dozens of other messages. Will yours stand out as important? Are your readers going to select yours to read immediately, or are they going to “park” it to read later?
You want to keep your subject line short and to the point, but you also want to include enough information that it gets attention and stands out. And, you will want to consider what is important to your readers. If there is a deadline or date by which action must be taken, you will also need to include that so people will know by when they must respond.
Most importantly, don’t try to trick your reader by making your subject line a “teaser.” (An example of a teaser would be something like “Exciting News Coming to SeeMoji!”) Newspaper sometimes do that, but it is not ethical, especially in business, and is likely to make your reader angry because you are wasting his time, and your actions may cause distrust in the future.
Here are some examples of subject lines that readers are likely to ignore:
And here are some examples that are more likely to get readers’ attention:
A good subject line will include ALL of the following:
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