When it's sufficiently-targeted, I can even sort of excuse email marketing campaigns.

But the faux-personal follow-ups? "Oh I forgot to add this additional material", "Hey I didn't hear back from you"? Uuugh.

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@raboof Right? Unsolicited queries in my field, business-to-business, sure... but don't pretend like we already have a relationship and pester me like I've let you down by not responding. And dang, but don't -start- with an email pretending you sent me something earlier and you're just following up. :eyeroll:

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