First, no one reads electronic mail over a couple of paragraphs in general. But for, professional reasons. Hence, a smaller message is more effective. Accordingly, we read the whole thing more often. So, short message for us to read quick in email. Given, proper netiquette to be concise. As a result, don’t write long messages.
Next, many people do not read an entire email for various reasons. Then, we on the internet demand immediacy. It follows, some users do not read entire email messages.
In any event, delivered to us on smartphones. After, only read first paragraph. Then, small view on screen compared to laptop or desktop. Also, not enough time to read an entire text.
Hence, whatever the reason, many users do not read an entire email. Also, phone reading is hard. And so, we keep it simple to make a point. On the other hand, we do not want to be ignored.
Thus, we make our contact concise. Less is more when it comes to this type of composition. Subjects matter as well.
Short Message Netiquette
So it’s good netiquette to compose concise communication. Write short messages. Given, people do not read an entire documents when they are long. Then, we skim through long texts.