How to Write Emails for People Who Don't Read

When:  Feb 22, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (ET)
We can tell by the way association leaders, members and other stakeholders respond (or fail to respond) that they aren’t reading our emails. This session will explain why people don’t read emails and what we can do about it. You’ll learn strategies for writing a better subject line to give your email a fighting chance for the reader’s attention; and how to present the most important info at the beginning of the message. You'll walk away with tips for writing emails that are easy to read on a mobile device.

Speaker
Our speaker is Leslie O’Flahavan, owner of E-WRITE, author, and online writing expert. Leslie will discuss how association staff can improve the scan-ability of the emails, so recipients know what they want and do what they ask. A writer and trainer, Leslie can help even the most stubborn, inexperienced, or word-phobic association staff members improve their writing skills, so they can do their jobs better and get great results.

For convenience, the location is near Farragut North and Farragut West Metro stations.​

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Note that there is limited space for this event. Registration will close when room capacity is reached.

Location

Independent Community Bankers of America
1615 L Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
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Contact

Tom Quash
202.261.2415
tquash@awhonn.org