Camelcase

CamelCase (camel case) or medial capitals is the practice of writing compound words or phrases such that each word or abbreviation begins with a capital letter. Camel case may start with a capital or, especially in programming languages, with a lowercase letter. Common examples are PowerPoint or iPhone.
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  • How to Get Your Email Ignored by Influencers

    …. The recipient won’t notice if there are grammatical mistakes or typos. He won’t notice if you misspell his name, or even use the wrong name. He won’t notice if you use CamelCase for his company’s name even though that isn’t the case. Instead: Do your homework. Make sure you’ve dotted your I’s. Then read your email once after writing it. Make the necessary adjustments. Read it again. And maybe one more time before sending it. The post How to Get Your Email Ignored by Influencers appeared first on The Blog Herald. …

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