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How to use a subject line

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Let’s pretend that you’ve read this article, this very article, this very one.

And you first learned of it because a friend, not just any friend, but a true friend, sent you an about it.

After all, anyone who sends you a link to my articles must be a true friend; or a least someone you would want as a friend.

But now, it’s a month later.  Perhaps years. Nigh, centuries, millennia, …

And you want to refbrown hay roll on white textile erence this article as part of explaining to one of the less enlightened the most effective ways to email to impress their boss and begin the arduous climb up the company ladder to .

You’ve read millions of articles since then. Some of them were probably written by people other than me. (I can forgive you for that provided that you read all of my articles first.)

Scrolling through your huge web browser history list is not going to work.

Instead, you will be looking at the list of thousands of in your email history. If the title or the subject line was “How to use a subject line,” it is a bit easier than if it is the 40th message in a thread  “RE: Will be late to our lunch meeting.”

In that latter case, I start to wonder “Which needle did you lose that haystack in?” or something like that anyway.

Written by Russell Brand

Entrepreneur in residence at Founder Institute, he has mentored, performed due diligence on and invested in numerous early stage companies. Hundreds of these early stage companies have described Russell’s insights and advice as the most useful thing in the history of their companies. He has always had an inborn ability to find more valuable uses of new ideas and faster ways to achieve results.

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