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To Whom it May Concern strikes again! Yes, I’ve written about this before — and now it is time for a reminder. I run both of my email ..read more
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Why do some use profanity simply to communicate a difference of opinion or point of view? Choosing to do so, I believe, speaks volumes ..read more
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A site visitor was curious and pondered: …When I meet someone, they will ask for my business card and next thing you know I am getting ..read more
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Your first contact with a potential new customer, employer or partner a will make a first impression. On or off-line. That impression in ..read more
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Running a business or just being good at your job requires efficiency. And, very few are naturally efficient at everything. I know there ..read more
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Is there a place for emojis in business emails? I’ve discussed this previously (Emoticons in Business Email). However, recently I have ..read more
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Cc: stands for courtesy copy. Back in the day, it used to indicate carbon copy — when carbon paper had to be used between pieces of ..read more
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It happens every day… Business onliners think they know what someone means based on how they choose to interpret the words in an email. ..read more
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Do you receive business emails that are forwarded without any comment from the Sender? When this happens it typically leads to more ..read more
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The fact is that integrating solid email etiquette skills in your business communication activities will help to make you a more efficient ..read more

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