Study: Reading Pensito Review Easier, Less Time-Consuming Than Reading Work-Related E-Mails

E-mail hell: A recent survey by Information Mapping Inc. revealed that 80% of more than 6,000 people surveyed consider e-mail writing skills to be “extremely” or “very” important to doing their job effectively. A corresponding survey of Pensito Review editors found that 100% of respondents consider liberal-minded screed-writing skills to be “essential” or “really” important to adding the “opinion,” if not the “news” part, to a “news and opinion” Web site.

The IM results also showed that approximately 65% of respondents spend from one to three hours per day reading and writing e-mails, with 40% “wasting” 30 minutes to three hours reading “ineffectively” written e-mails. The Pensito survey also found that 100% of respondents spent approximately five minutes reading comments that didn’t agree with their posted opinion, versus spending up to four hours reading the well-written and intelligent comments that agreed with them.

Among the primary challenges and issues concerning e-mails that the IM survey exposed were:

  • Recipient is not clear as to what should be done or how to act on the information
  • Content is disorganized
  • Critical information is missing or hard to find
  • Content is too long, wordy and difficult to read

Again, 100% of respondents to the Pensito Review survey agreed that too many people spend too much time reading stupid, time-wasting, unclear work-related e-mails when they could be reading the PR.

Unlike crappy e-mails, the Pensito Review is clear about what readers should do (i.e., create a left-wing organization to peacefully overthrow the Bush regime) or how they should act (i.e., like you’ve got a brain in your head and a spine in your back). Pensito Review’s content is very well organized, if occasionally not too well thought-out.

On Pensito Review, critical information is easy to find and is never missing � don’t worry, we tell you everything you need to know. PR’s content is not too long, wordy or difficult to read (except for that John Kerry speech I posted yesterday, for which I apologize).

So forget those pesky e-mails cluttering up your in-box. Read Pensito Review today � 100% of its editors can’t be all wrong.


One thought on “Study: Reading Pensito Review Easier, Less Time-Consuming Than Reading Work-Related E-Mails”

  1. No need to apologize for the Kerry speech. It was a fascinating read.

    And remind me again what it was people didn’t like about John Kerry?

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