21 phrases to delete from your emails

PR pros, don’t do yourself—or your pitches—a disservice by using language and lengthy messages that can make journalists groan.

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You should know by now that there’s a certain etiquette when it comes to emailing. My first rule? Keep your message tight and get to the point. Don’t make me (or a journalist) spend any more time staring at the screen than is necessary.

There are also common sentences people include in their emails that are unnecessary. If PR pros can agree to never use them, we’ll all be better off.

These no-no sentences and phrases include:

– I’m emailing to …

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