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"This report by its very length, defends itself against the risk of being read."
During the course of a busy day, receiving a long and detailed email is seldom welcomed. Worse still, the longer a correspondence is, the less likely it is to be read. There also is a distinct possibility that even if it is read, it may not be read completely or with full attention.
If a long email is necessary, the proper Netiquette should be followed to ensure readability: for example, the early introduction of a major topic and a brief explanation for the need to have a long message. It may also be best to have the correspondence divided and sent separately.
One long-term negative factor of sending a long or verbose message is that it may set a bad precedent in which the recipient will not immediately or ever read future correspondence.
Simple steps to avoid wordiness
Certain phrases can contribute to make sentences less clear as well as providing more verbosity. Among these are the following:
- Kind of
- Sort of
- For all intents and purposes
- Basically, actually
- As previously stated
- Generally speaking
- In particular
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