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Business Email Writing Training Blog2019-08-21T04:23:06+00:00

6 Email Writing Tips from the Email Training in an Email Course

The more words in your email sentences, the more likely it is that readers will forget or distort the meanings of some of the words. Another consequence of using too many words in your email is that readers become mentally fatigued and bored with the text. Reading words, interpreting their meanings, and combining the words to form a whole message take time and energy. The following paragraph from an email contains too many words for the message: The first main prevention method that can help our company eliminate employee theft is to perform pre-employment screening of all applicants for     Read More . . .

Use Understandable Vocabulary in Email Writing

Vocabulary Tip 1: Use modern, everyday vocabulary rather than archaic words and phrases. Avoid archaic vocabulary people don't use in speaking any more. If you wouldn't say it, don't write it. A short list of such vocabulary follows to give you examples. Choose the alternative to the right of each. as per your letter in your letter yours of the 10th your letter of December 10 awaiting your reply, we are, omit in due course today, tomorrow, next week permit me to say that omit we are in receipt of we received pursuant to omit in closing omit attached     Read More . . .

Tips for Well-Organized Paragraphs in Email Writing

Tip 1: Keep paragraphs in email writing short Use paragraphs to create blocks of thought in your emails. When you start a new thought, break for a new paragraph. If a fact is very important, place it in its own paragraph. Shorter, factual emails will have more paragraphs of one to three lines. Try not to go beyond five lines and rarely go to seven lines. Longer, explanatory reports should have paragraphs of seven lines. When you reach seven lines of text, look to see whether you have changed ideas in the paragraph. If so, break there. Don't be afraid     Read More . . .

21 Tips for Writing Clear, Effective Email

These 21 tips for business email writing are the essence of the training presented in the Business Writing Center course materials. 1. Follow good email etiquette. Write business emails containing only content you would be willing to send to everyone involved. Don't write gossip, very personal issues, or sensitive issues email. Business emails are commonly forwarded and circulated, so write as though everyone involved is going to read the email. Write nothing in business email with a hint of disparaging, slandering, or referring negatively to someone's gender, race, nationality, or other such identity. Respond to business emails promptly, even     Read More . . .

Four Best Email Writing Training Courses

Writing Clear, Effective Email Course‑Self-Study (BWC35) Business email writing course for self-motivated learners who don't want instructor coaching and training Email writing training teaching email writing that has impact Dozens of interactive exercises on email writing training Business email writing course with many examples of effective business emails Online, informative, easy-to-read lessons in writing business email Lessons with email writing training from firs draft to final draft Tuition $69 See the syllabus Syllabus: BWC35 Writing Clear, Effective Email Course (self-study) The Writing Clear, Effective Email course will teach you how to write clear, professional emails. The email-writing course     Read More . . .

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