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Five Ways To Revamp Your Pathetic Follow-Up Emails

"Following up" often creates more work because it just grabs someone's attention without giving them new information. "Following up" often creates more work because it just grabs someone's attention without giving them new information. Emails are usually about asking. Either someone is asking you for something—to do a task, consider an offer, or share a piece of information—or you are asking them.
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