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Try crazy subject lines to get your emails opened

Its hard to get your emails open. One thing worth trying: truly unusually subject lines, as described at My Emma: 3 risky tactics to try in your next email. Risky? Maybe. But how much more risky than getting the same old low open rates? Use a wacky subject line. (Don't even try to be relevant. Just be weird. You make break through the clutter.) Be vague -- very vague. Change your "from" name.
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