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Re: Email subject lines should be written:

by raybies (Chaplain)
on Sep 18, 2012 at 12:26 UTC ( #994277=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Email subject lines should be written:

The best email subject lines are enticing, coercing the readers to click on the single link you provided in the body of your email... usually with a mispelled word or a grammatical error... because that way it has real class, it communicates that you (the sender) are not trying to exploit them, but that you're a human being with flaws and vulnerabilities, and gives your email the exotic look that perhaps you're not a master of the language you wrote the email in... If you do provide a message in your email, it should be filled with promises about increasing libido, or the promise that if one clicks on that link they're going to laugh some part of their anatomy completely off their body.
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[marto]: yeah, the whole infrastructure has changed, and video codecs have moved on a great deal
[Corion]: marto: Redoing something on new infrastructure sounds fun. At least you can reuse your previous experience :)
[marto]: I'm looking forwads to it. The video sources are dying, and they don't have the hardware to play them back (old tape formats, not just VHS + Laserdisc etc)
[marto]: I'll be interested to see what difference in terms of file size/quality the new codecs make. I enjoy working on things like this, so that's a bonus

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