Email Etiquette 1

May 15th, 2011

I thought it might be worth visiting some email etiquette for all as most readers of this newsletter are now in the mail. It is important to consider that when people are emailing in the program, like it or not, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This is one of my 'pet' in which I talk to give a public presentation on the Internet. It always amazes me how many people who have never thought about it, including the secretaries, but once that is mentioned they say 'Oh, yes, I had not thought of that! "Let's face? Many people use email at work and at home? But are not change.It is better to write messages in their entirety, and not use the phonetic spelling or many abbreviated words and phrases mean. I know which is a common practice in the chat programs to shorten the process, but email is very different, and these days, generally accepted, almost the same as a letter written. The reason not to write the email in the form of access is that it becomes a habit and not something to be promoted to potential customers, managers or other business associates.

It is important to remember that their "professionalism" is displayed in the 24 hours a day via email – a small point but important. Another thing? collectively develop a brand that people know who you are and what you do! I have it configured as an automatic feature every time you email, or respond to email, and sometimes forget to delete it when I send to my parents or other relatives? but that does not really matter. The thing to remember is that everyone is a potential business partner and letting them know who you are and what you do helps to promote your business or industry. This is a card that shows all the time. Third? note the correct spelling of the names of the people. I lost count of the number of times that people have responded to an e Electronic mine and spelled my name, either Kathy or Cathy? is neither. Also, I'm sure the spelling of his name is so important to you and quickly realized that someone explains incorrectly.It 's these little things that make the difference between an operator and the average company that makes something more? every little thing counts when it comes to attracting and keeping customers and partners. Taking the time to worry about these things and take care of name, including a customer goes a long way to developing good business relationships.

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