Then don’t do it in a business e-mail! I do print and radio interviews weekly due to someone messing up at work and causing trouble by doing something with e-mail that they shouldn’t. I am then always asked “Can you advise our readers/listeners on how one can avoid doing this (insert topic here) again or […]
When e-mailing a site owner through their site, or when sending an e-mail inquiry, one cannot be too careful when it comes to understanding how you will be perceived. The words you use, how you choose to use them and your underlying tone can make a huge difference in how the other side views your […]
Many seem to believe that it is and that E-mail Etiquette is something they can choose to practice or not. Some even have a visceral reaction to E-mail Etiquette and make a concerned effort to ignore this information because they “will not be told what to do!” Those who believe e-mail etiquette it is a […]
Business e-mails are not the venue for rambling random thoughts, your latest tirade or manifesto about whatever your brain sparks at the moment — save that for your Blog. Study after study proves out that long e-mails, especially those without paragraph breaks every several sentences and bullet points don’t get read. They get scanned. I’ve […]
A while back I was on Fox News Live! discussing E-mail Etiquette. One of the questions I was asked to comment on was about the differences between men and women when it came to e-mail. One of the questions posed to me was in regard to “a new book was out” that stated that men […]
This mewl will be shared by those who have Web Sites they need to keep on top of. Even if you have only one Web Site you still must deal with the volume of e-mail generated by your site. This means weeding through them, responding to them, filing them and responding to additional responses the […]
It is sad to say, but many onliners have the attention span of a gnat. Most so concerned about typing what they want to say, that they do not pay attention to details. One of them being the correct spelling of the name of the person they are e-mailing.