In the past week, I've received a couple of work-related emails that are so out of left field I initially thought they were a clever, new spam technique. They weren't spam, just poorly written business communication.
With that in mind, I'd say if you send out messages that people think might be spam, then you need to brush up on your writing skills.
I mentioned this to another guy at work and he decided to use the following subject line in all his messages for today:
Subject: Your wife will be a happier
So let's join him and pick a favorite spam subject line, then use it as the subject line in your messages. Let me know how it goes.
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