Today I have a great guest post for you from Levy Williamson a very talented up and coming author. Enjoy! Email newsletters must follow a precise protocol. It can be difficult to create a template that works, since unlike person-to-person emails, you will have to speak to a large and very diverse audience you’ve never […]
One must take the time to choose a sign-off that is indicative of the overall tone of your e-mail. A sign-off that does not match the essence of the e-mail’s text can be perceived as being sarcastic or down right rude.
Misunderstandings abound in e-mail. Most times due to not taking the time to make sure that the message and intent is clear, while the other side reads into the e-mail things that may not be there. When it comes to business e-mails there those who in the midst of their frustration or aggravation will whip […]
How you are perceived is important to if your message, request or point of view will be taken seriously. A primary example is making just a little effort by hitting that darned shift key to capitalize the start of your sentences. Doing so can make all the difference in the world as to whether you […]
Most common Subject: field mistakes? Are you guilty of making these faux pas? Not putting anything in the Subject: field — leaving it blank. When you leave the Subject: field blank, you in crease the risk of your e-mail being misidentified as spam and sent to the recipient’s trash or junk folder. Always take the […]