While sending an email may seem like a quick and easy way to ask someone for a favor, it is less effective than asking them in person, according to a new study from researchers at the
University of Waterloo in Canada. According to the research, when young people asked someone to do something for them in person, they received a positive response 72 percent of the time. When
they asked via email, the results were pretty bad with only 0.21 percent of responses being yes.
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