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Maintain your credibility. Present yourself as the trusted professional you are. Present your email thoughtfully. Give the right amount of information in the right way so that your reader is able to read your message easily, and wants to. Help your reader scan. Write your subject line last. Review and revise.
Use a Greeting and a Block Body Style Use a block body style with line breaks between the salutation and body, and between the body and closing signature lines. Single space the paragraphs and avoid embellishments, such as bold and italics, unless it's absolutely necessary to emphasize a point.
Use a proper email format. Structure your email so that the first few sentences of the body text explain what the email is about. The last few sentences should be a conclusion that summarizes the business email. The conclusion is also a good place to include a call to action.
Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms (surname of the recipient, e.g. Mr Black) Dear Sir/Madam (if you don't know the name of the recipient) or more generally 'To whom it may concern'
When writing an email you should always be P__________. Do not write in capitals as this is the equivalent of shouting. Business emails should follow the same style as a business letter so that they look professional. They layout is different by they should contain a salutation and a complimentary close.
Have a tidy folder system in place. Create templates for repeating topics. Work through your emails at specific timeslots. Set up a system for structuring and writing emails. Organize your email application. Let's get more efficient to save time.
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