It’s very simple, folks. Treat every business Email you send as if your entire business depended on it. Pretend that each person you send a Business Email to could be your next Big Break in Business.
Always start your Email with a ‘Salutation’ (“Hi”, “Hello”, “Dear Mr. Smith”). Always use common courtesy when asking for information. Don’t order someone to do something for you; ask them nicely. Always end your Email with a “Thank You” or a “Sincerely”, and then give your FULL name, and your Business Name.
via one of my favorite linkers, Angie McKaig.
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