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Email Etiquette

Learn how to avoid a flame war
With more than 36 billion emails sent each day the need for clarity, concise expression and an efficient way of organising email communications has never been greater. Email Etiquette will help you...
With more than 36 billion emails sent each day the need for clarity, concise expression and an efficient way of organising email communications has never been greater. Email Etiquette will help you...
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  • With more than 36 billion emails sent each day the need for clarity, concise expression and an efficient way of organising email communications has never been greater. Email Etiquette will help you avoid some of the most common errors of email writing and show you which four mistakes even experienced communicators make.

    With fully interactive, hyper-linked chapters you learn how to use threads, quotes and salutations to make your email messages resonate with clarity, authority and brevity.

    Increase your efficiency by learning how to create folders, use the spellchecker and add signature lines in some of the most common email clients available.

    Discover the meaning of abbreviations, learn about emoticons and find out how the ubiquitous smiley first started.

    Michael Egan's concise eBook is an edition no serial emailer can afford to be without.

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  • Email is the greatest single invention of our century. It is also a double-edged sword. By stripping our communications from all information that can be conveyed through facial expression and tone of voice it gives us the opportunity for greater brevity and precision but also creates situations where we can be easily misunderstood.

    Michael Egan's concise, interactive guide to better email communications will allow you to supercharge your email messages with clarity, brevity and authority.

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  • Seven Deadly Sins (and how to avoid them) More Common Mistakes Salutations Signatures Threads & Quotes Email Usage: Ups & Downs Why do we need Email Etiquette? Email management: Folders Using the spellchecker Composing perfect replies for just about any occasion How the smiley got started Emoticons How email got started Add a signature line to your messages CoolZone (extended interactive pages with weblinks, hyperlinks and extra material) Index
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