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Drafting professional emails requires some level of practice.
Before you can begin to write emails that stand out, you may be required to get some hours of training to develop or add to your skills.
There are six important parts included in a well-written email.
As a rule of thumb, when you're writing an email to a recipient, you want to make certain that the recipient will understand what is written in your email within the first 2 seconds of opening your online correspondence.
In addition to that, you want your email to be flowing with a specific mood or tone attached.
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