If you’re going to write a daily email, it’s best to keep them short and sweet.
One idea, one email. Nice, simple, tight.
That way, the reader can grab a piece of value without expending a ton of time or mental energy.
The daily emails I subscribe to (and read) are generally concise and to the point. The ones I gloss over try to say too many things at once, forcing me to “work” for the value.
There’s a time and a place for long blog posts. But if you’re writing daily, you’ll probably have more regular readers if you keep it to one idea at a time.
As a busy professional, I just don’t have the time nor the bandwidth for frequent dense emails. My guess is most people are the same.
By keeping things concise, you might just get your idea to sink in to your reader’s mind.
And that’s the goal, right?