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FORM FIELD Department Department Sales joke Personalized joke Industry joke Pop culture joke So how can you make funny subject lines?This very much depends on the person and their sense of humor, both of your outbound team and of the lead in question. There is a type of humor known as self-deprecating humor. As part of your job, you've researched your prospect or lead Take some time studying their LinkedIn and see what they like or who they follow, and personalize your subject line with a bit of humor. From as wide-reaching as "{{first name}}, swipe right on us!" Trying to aim for the current pop culture subject matter is one way of doing this, for instance referencing a TV show that is currently very popular such as Stranger Things: "{{first name}}, no more Demogorgon's for you!"But this can also backfire depending on cultural reception to something like this. Something the Game of Thrones memorabilia creators found out the hard way. funny email subject lines
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My Personal Preferences

  • Preference for the editor, default is the WYSIWYG editor. The options are raw, wysiwyg:
    • Set EDITMETHOD = wysiwyg

  • Fixed pulldown menu-bar, on or off. If off, the menu-bar hides automatically when scrolling.
    • Set FIXEDTOPMENU = off

  • Show tool-tip topic info on mouse-over of WikiWord links, on or off:
    • Set LINKTOOLTIPINFO = off

  • More preferences
    <--/twistyPlugin twikiMakeVisibleInline-->
    TWiki has system wide preferences settings defined in TWikiPreferences. You can customize preferences settings to your needs: To overload a system setting, (1) do a "raw view" on TWikiPreferences, (2) copy a Set VARIABLE = value bullet, (3) do a "raw edit" of your user profile page, (4) add the bullet to the bullet list above, and (5) customize the value as needed. Make sure the settings render as real bullets (in "raw edit", a bullet requires 3 or 6 spaces before the asterisk).
    <--/twistyPlugin-->

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FORM FIELD First Name FirstName Lynette
FORM FIELD Last Name LastName Bolden
FORM FIELD Titles Titles
FORM FIELD Email Email
FORM FIELD Telephone Telephone
FORM FIELD Mobile Mobile
FORM FIELD Skype ID SkypeID
FORM FIELD Department Department
FORM FIELD Organization Organization fgdsafgds
FORM FIELD URL URL https://salespipe.co/blog/funny-email-subject-lines
FORM FIELD Location Location
FORM FIELD Region Region
FORM FIELD Country Country USA
FORM FIELD Image Image
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