Don’t you hate when you send an email to a co-worker and it seems like your simple and quick question takes forever or a day or two for them to respond? Maybe you need to be a more effective in your subject. This can help with quick reads and responses. Because let’s face it, when we scroll through our emails the subject is the meat on the bone.
Think of it as writing a to-do list. If you start out with the verb that describes on what you need done and follow with a noun of what the email is about, your recipient is more likely to respond faster.
For example; Subject: Please CALL about meeting on Tuesday
When you are vague it makes the recipient read your whole email for a small message.