How many times have you felt that the person receiving your email just isn’t on the same page as you? A lot of times it’s literally true. You might be thinking that they are looking at one page on a website, when in fact they are looking at something completely different. I know I’ve been frustrated by this in the past.
Simple pasting a link into an email is the best strategy. Again, it seems simple, but it can mean the difference between confusion and clarity.
It’s also easy to do, and takes very little time. In your browser, simply copy the website address (i.e. www.GlobalMarketingPlus.com) and paste it into the body of the email message. On a PC, the Control-C shortcut will copy; the Control-V will paste.
Sending someone the exact link to the website page you are discussing gets everyone on the same page.