It is proper Netiquette to reference your business reasons. Do be reasonable.
Referencing your reasons in professional communication provides your messages business credibility. Business reasons are justification for actions that support transactions. This also addresses potential questions because the recipient of a professional message may be called to action.
A call to action must have a business reason if it’s a business message. Be reasonable.
Reference business reasons because immediate clarification may be difficult.
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