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  • 1). Email Miscommunication is Too Easy!  By : Kelly J. Watkins, MBA
    We misinterpret, filter, or change 70% to 90% of what we hear. Communicating messages clearly, and in a format that the receiver will understand, is difficult. It’s easy to miscommunicate. By watching which words you choose, your message will be more clearly communicated. Cause Why does all this confusion occur? One of the many reasons is that people suffer from information overload.
    article related to: email, commmunication, business, marketing, customer service

  • 7). Email Marketing: Affordable Internet Marketing Technique  By : David Riewe
    Email marketing is labeled as a killer method when it comes to effective low-cost Internet marketing endeavors. This is because it is the most widely-used and has the best reputation in bringing targeted traffic to websites. It is used to stay in touch with your customers or prospective customers, send out invitations, or make special offers. It's as easy as writing an e-mail that may be in a form of a newsletter or a plain announcement, and sending that to as many targeted recipients as possible.

  • 10). What Is So Great About An Email Follow Up?  By : George Royal
    If you are in business, any kind of business then it is important for you to learn how to make the customers and clients happy. The first rule of doing this is to make them feel listened to and appreciated and the easiest way to do that is to use an email follow up every tie you get a message form one of them. This can be done in one of a couple different ways, it does not matter which one you choose as long as you do choose one kind of email follow up.
    article related to: autoresponder, email, internet marketing, follow up, customer service

  • 17). Company E-Mails – Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say!  By : John Rico
    It’s estimated that in an office of 30 employees who are all hooked up to the Internet an average of 2,500 e-mails a day shoot back and forth. With that much “communication” going on, it’s easy to imagine that there’s plenty of opportunity for miscommunication. Recently an HR manager at a financial firm was copied on an e-mail regarding the pronunciation of another employee’s name.
    article related to: company, e-mails, say, what, you, mean, mean, what, you, say

  • 20). Diamonds in the Spam  By : Virginia Bola, PsyD
    There are those who turn apoplectic at the receipt of unsolicited commercial email, commonly dubbed spam. These are the same people who receive hundreds of bulk letters addressed to "Occupant" without batting an eye. Getting rid of unwanted mail means sorting through the stack to pull out the important pieces and then dumping the remainder in the trash bin.
    article related to: social issues, psychology, politics, economics, thought

  • 22). Email etiquette-losing business when you miss manners  By : Andy MacDonald
    Network etiquette is understood to be one basic rule: show consideration for the other party online. Until now, the edict has been written mostly from the point of view of relationships between individuals, or between businesses and consumers. One important group has often been overlooked: business-to-business (B2B). Business-to-business etiquette is a growing, evolving behaviour model for how to present oneself and represent one's company when networking online.
    article related to: email, marketing, business, manners

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