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How To Stop Websites from Tracking You

How To Stop Websites from Tracking You

The Anatomy of a Great Email Introduction I’m looking for people going to Burning Man. If you or anyone you know is going this year, please check out BurningManRides.com! I’ve been making a lot of email introductions lately. Friends looking for jobs, entrepreneurs looking for partners/customers, and anyone seeking expert advice. I’ve also been on the receiving end of a lot of intros for my startup, which I promise to talk more about soon. Everyone does introductions differently – sometimes it’s a one-liner, sometimes it’s a couple paragraphs. In general, when I want to make an intro, I want to maximize the chances that it results in an actual engagement. People have told me that I make good intros and I thought I might break down how I do it. Let’s go through each element one at a time… 1) Subject: This has got to be catchy. 2) Quick personal chit-chat: I only introduce people that I know decently well and who knew me. 4) "The Ask": Here is where I ask the person I'm reaching out to for something. So that’s what I got.

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