When to Recognize You Need to Have an In-Person Conversation

When to Recognize You Need to Have an In-Person Conversation

There are times when an Email may be fine, such as when you need to provide an update on a simple item, such as a business workflow change. However, there are other times when an “in-person” conversation is a better approach.

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Key Reasons to Send an Email - The Four Rs

Key Reasons to Send an Email - The Four Rs

Email is a great tool, but it is not always the right tool! And as with anything, Email is often misused! Therefore, it is important that we all understand not only how to properly use Email, but also when it should even be used in the first place.

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How to Have Great Email Communication Skills as a Telecommuter

How to Have Great Email Communication Skills as a Telecommuter

In recent years, the option to telecommute has grown more attractive by leaps and bounds as it has become both easier and cheaper. Within the business world, a number of extremely useful tools have appeared that have made “working remotely” not just easier to accomplish, but in many cases is actually the “preferable way to work”.

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Email List Building Techniques that Work

Email List Building Techniques that Work

Whether you own a large or small company, online Email campaigns are one of the best ways for attracting people to your website and building your brand. Building your Email list is a very cost-effective way for both attracting new customers to your site, as well as for engaging and retaining existing customers.

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Sharpening your Email Skills Infographic

Sharpening your Email Skills Infographic

XVerify, an Email Marketing and Validation Solution provider, recently contacted me about an infographic that they created entitled “How to Sharpen your Email Skills”.  There is a lot of good information in this infographic, and it parallels much of the Email Etiquette advice and top tips that you find on my site.

 

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Institute a No Thanks Necessary Email Protocol

Institute a No Thanks Necessary Email Protocol

How many Emails do you receive where someone replies with only “OK” or “Thanks”?  To solve this problem, institute the “NTN” (for “No Thanks Necessary” ) or “NTR” (for “No Thanks Required”) protocol in your team/department/company.

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