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{Productivity Hack} How I Save 7 Hours a Week With Canned Email Responses in Gmail

Profile photo of tanya Submitted by tanya February 17, 2014 Website: dollarsandroses.com

One of the biggest drags of blogging is email.

Don’t get me wrong, I love getting email from my readers. We both do.

But after blogging for several years the emails start to pile up.

In fact, I think that last time I saw Mandy’s unread email count is was just under 200 emails.

Yowzers! {She’s quite the popular blogger. :)}

Many of these emails are very similar in nature and basically ask the same question over and over again.

Having to type out individual responses can be tedious and nonproductive.


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2 Responses to “{Productivity Hack} How I Save 7 Hours a Week With Canned Email Responses in Gmail” Leave a reply ›

  • Profile photo of Sunday Profile

    Impressive! With the ever changing world of Internet marketing and email marketing (to be precise) , the need save time becomes necessary. Many are not aware of how to save time with “Zillions” of emails. Hence, the need for automation comes into play.

    I believe by using the canned email response approach much time is saved. The tutorial is helpful and timely. I am sure a lot of digital marketers would find it very helpful as well!
    Sunday recently posted…My Secret Free Blog Traffic Source Revealed!My Profile

  • Profile photo of Ryan Profile

    Excellent!

    I check my gmail once a week after Tim Ferriss advised it. Send a canned email, pop in when needed, save 8, 10 or 15 hours weekly.

    My cash flow jumped after using this simple strategy.

    Be smart with your time to see the greatest results.
    Ryan recently posted…Market in Chiang Mai ThailandMy Profile

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