12/29/10

When sending out networking emails I always have trouble coming up with subject lines. I've been using "John Doe - Interest in ABC" "Happy Holidays" "Nice to meet you!"

What creative/catchy subject lines have you found effective to capture the attention of busy employers that are still reasonably professional?

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12/29/10

Just put "Harvard Student" or whatever. That's what I do if you're from the alma mater.

I'm talking about liquid. Rich enough to have your own jet. Rich enough not to waste time. Fifty, a hundred million dollars, buddy. A player. Or nothing.

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12/29/10

What about for people you've met at information sessions or if someone puts you in touch with their friend/colleague?

12/29/10

I usually go with "post session - point of inquiry" or something along those lines. Or if the contact is someone I have met multiple times, then just "point of inquiry/interest"

12/29/10

"_____ Student Looking to Connect"

12/29/10

"post session - point of inquiry" this sounds a little too formal

12/29/10

_________ student

______alum

"Greed, in all of its forms; greed for life, for money, for love, for knowledge has marked the upward surge of mankind. And greed, you mark my words, will not only save Teldar Paper, but that other malfunctioning corporation called the USA."

12/29/10

(college name) undergraduate student seeking career information

12/30/10

Wow looking at this I feel like the most uncreative person ever.

I just write "Thank You - from Insert Name"

I mean, I know it's supposed to be catchy, but i really can't think of anything...

I don't accept sacrifices and I don't make them. ... If ever the pleasure of one has to be bought by the pain of the other, there better be no trade at all. A trade by which one gains and the other loses is a fraud.

  • Lance Mccarty
  •  12/30/10
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