Writing Follow-Up Emails For 3 Scenarios

Writing Follow-Up Emails For 3 Scenarios

The follow-up email is one of your most important tools for getting what you want, be it a job, a meeting, or simply making a new connection. It makes sense that the more you ask for something, the more likely you are to get it. But how to follow up can be tricky, a balance between not wanting to be forgotten and not wanting to come off as annoying or overwhelming. Here are some tips for writing and sending follow-up emails in 3 common scenarios.

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Decoding Job Description Jargon

Decoding Job Description Jargon

If you're looking for a job, you've probably noticed that certain phrases come up repeatedly in job descriptions. These qualities sound like good things, but it's often unclear what they actually mean, and how you can show that you are this thing. To start off the new year, we're decoding some job listing jargon, so you can apply knowing exactly what they're looking for.

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Finding Confidence & Opportunities In Smaller Markets

Finding Confidence & Opportunities In Smaller Markets

When we think of advertising, we default to thinking about big cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. But the reality is that there are robust agency scenes in smaller markets where you can start your career. Roshni Shivaramakrishnan is a Singaporean currently working at Essence as a Senior Advertising Operations Executive, and on the side, she helps current students/fresh grads understand the local scene. While her experience is in Asia, her tips on finding confidence and opportunities in smaller markets will help anyone wondering what's out there for them.

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Finding the Right Agency for You

Finding the Right Agency for You

Pressure to find a job can make it feel like you can't be choosy. But you're not just looking for a job—you're looking for the start or next step in your career. It should be tailored to who you are and what's important to you. Getting specific about what you're looking for will help make the search less overwhelming, and in the end, more fruitful.

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