Nov 03, 2009
For most of us, e-mail has evolved from something to be really excited about (think Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in You’ve Got Mail) to one of the basics of life. Often when I’m talking to someone about something, I hear, “Can you e-mail that to me?”
Think about it – checking e-mail is probably almost as much a part of your daily routine as brushing your teeth. But much more informative. It’s likely part of the way you do business today. You can subscribe to newsletters, get market analysis updates, request quotes and share that picture of your neighbor’s tractor half-buried in the mud.
So what kind of information do you want to get via e-mail? What do you subscribe to? What is most helpful?