This Top 3 Email Mistakes Could be the Reason You're Not Getting That Job; Here's How to Fix Them
(Photo : Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) KUWAIT CITY, KUWAIT - DECEMBER 11: U.S. Army Lieutenant Christopher Molaro from Hawley, Pennsylvania (L) and Lieutenant Patrick Mulvaney from Sugar Land, Texas of the 2-82 Field Artillery, 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, email friends from a Starbucks coffee shop as they continue to wait to leave Kuwait and head home after exiting from Iraq on December 11, 2011 at Camp Virginia, near Kuwait City, Kuwait. America's military continues its pullout of Iraq, which is scheduled to be by the end of this year, after eight years of war and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein.
This Top 3 Email Mistakes Could be the Reason You're Not Getting That Job; Here's How to Fix Them
(Photo : Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images) Phoenix Crawford does school work on a laptop while his mum Donna Eddy replies to client emails on April 09, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Massage therapist and acupuncturist Donna Eddy is able to continue running her business from home as a clinical practitioner after the Federal and State governments implemented tough restrictions and the closure of non-essential business due to COVID-19.

Email is very important today since many employers are hiring possible employees online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This medium of communication is also used informally to contact those people who are not using social media platforms anymore.

This Top 3 Email Mistakes Could be the Reason You're Not Getting That Job; Here's How to Fix Them
(Photo : Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
KUWAIT CITY, KUWAIT - DECEMBER 11: U.S. Army Lieutenant Christopher Molaro from Hawley, Pennsylvania (L) and Lieutenant Patrick Mulvaney from Sugar Land, Texas of the 2-82 Field Artillery, 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, email friends from a Starbucks coffee shop as they continue to wait to leave Kuwait and head home after exiting from Iraq on December 11, 2011 at Camp Virginia, near Kuwait City, Kuwait. America's military continues its pullout of Iraq, which is scheduled to be by the end of this year, after eight years of war and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein.

When you are applying for a job, an email is the first thing your employers will check before they set an online interview. It is your first line of defense since your email will give them an idea of what can you offer and what types of skills you are bringing to their companies.

However, there are instances that some employers will never contact the applicants after they see their emails. These top three digital communication errors could be the reason, as stated by  Entrepreneur's latets report. To help you further, here's how you can fix them and get that job you are eyeing for a long time.

Email's subject

When people are creating an email, they are usually writing the content first before the subject or title. This leads to boring titles that will make your employers lose interest in your resume or email.

This Top 3 Email Mistakes Could be the Reason You're Not Getting That Job; Here's How to Fix Them
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Phoenix Crawford does school work on a laptop while his mum Donna Eddy replies to client emails on April 09, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Massage therapist and acupuncturist Donna Eddy is able to continue running her business from home as a clinical practitioner after the Federal and State governments implemented tough restrictions and the closure of non-essential business due to COVID-19.

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It is suggested that you avoid using titles or subjects that are too complicated to understand such as "P 44518 11/21/2020." Yes, you may know that code and the date beside it, but some employers don't and might not even open it.

If you want to get their attention, make a title or subject that is very easy to understand but doesn't give the whole information.

Make a direct email

If you are writing an email, always get to the point. Since employers are busy checking emails of other applicants, they don't have time to read an essay-like resume or email. It is highly suggested that you use bullets to point out important factors about your skills, your goals, and why you want to apply for that company.

Reread your email regularly

A lot of people are usually forgetting to reread their emails. This could be because they are creating their emails a few hours before the employer's given a deadline. It is highly suggested that you create your email at least one day before the provided deadline. You must also reread it more than two times and ask yourself if it is attractive. You will notice if there is something wrong once you check it multiple times.

Best free email template websites

If you don't know how to use Adobe Photoshop, tweak with Words' settings, or use PowerPoint to create an email template, Stripo suggests using these free email template builders.

  • Campaign Monitor
  • Stripo.email
  • HubSpot Email Marketing
  • Topol.io
  • BEE Free
  • AWeber
  • Mosaico
  • Mailchimp
  • MailStyler2
  • Taxi for Email

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