Email is a tool that we use daily for making business contacts, requests and providing information. It’s clear many of us don’t give much thought to how we use it. I’m going to spend a bit of time in today’s post reviewing what makes people want to open your email and read it.
Every email you send is a clue to you, and your personality. Are you concise, or rambling? Prompt or late? Clear or confusing? Remember your corporate and personal image is formed by what you send out.
The following is a guest post by Mike Munter
The internet keeps a permanent record of everything that’s been written about you – good or bad – and makes it public, so that anyone can find it. If you’re perfect and everyone loves you, this is great!
But what happens if you rub a customer the wrong way? What if someone misunderstands your intention and decides to blab about you on Yelp or some random forum that you’re a member of? Continue reading