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  • 4). Email Grammar Guide  By : Kelly J. Watkins, MBA
    Just because email messages are sent quickly doesn’t mean they can be composed in a hurry. Sorry! You were hoping I’d say little pesky things like grammar aren’t important. But, they are. Here are a few grammar pointers to get you started on the right track for sending proper email messages. This isn’t an exhaustive list. Entire text books are devoted to grammar.
    Article Related to: email, commmunication, business, marketing, customer service

  • 6). The Cost of Miscommunication  By : Kelly J. Watkins, MBA
    Using jargon, technical terms, abbreviations, and specialized vocabulary in email messages is filled with peril. This language can lead to miscommunication. And, this misinterpretation of terminology can be expensive in many ways. 1. It can affect your professional relationships. 2. It can make you, or your company, liable. Relationships Miscommunication can jeopardize business relationships.
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  • 9). 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.
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  • 12). E-mail Tracking -The Truth Is Revealed.  By : Bruno Ligutti
    Have you ever wondered whether your boss, coworkers or family read your e-mails? Well, now you can track your sent e-mails. In fact, there are many approaches to e-mail tracking. We all know the "read-receipt" system, in which you send an e-mail requesting a read confirmation. When the recipient reads your e-mail, he or she is asked by the software, "Would you like to confirm you received this e-mail?" Then the recipient may choose "No", and we will never get a confirmation.
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  • 14). Phishing And Fraud – What Is It?  By : Joseph Kenny
    Phishing is a very sneaky type of fraud conducted over the Internet. Its name is a throw back to the early days of hacking and identity theft and the practice of phone phreaking. While there can be very complicated schemes devised, they are all based on a very simple concept. Phishers try to persuade you, or trick you into giving them sensitive information which they can then use to make money out of the system.
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  • 15). Email Punctuation Matters  By : Kelly J. Watkins, MBA
    It’s important to convey a professional impression when you send email messages. This includes using proper punctuation. With email, there’s a temptation to just dash off a message without regard to any of the rules of proper language. But, remember – you may have never met the person you’re emailing. In that case, the recipient of your message is forming judgments about you based solely on your email.
    Article Related to: email, commmunication, business, marketing, customer service

  • 18). 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

  • 21). Email Grammar Tips  By : Kelly J. Watkins, MBA
    You may think there is no connection or relevance between constructing email messages with grammatically correct sentences and conducting the functions of a competent businessperson. However, your clients may disagree. In order for customers to buy your products or use your services, they must have confidence in your abilities. Using proper grammar is important to make a positive impression.
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  • 22). FTP Hositng for Graphic Artists  By : Mike Jewson
    Transferring artwork over the Internet Internet is the right platform to grow business across the globe. Be it a large web design firm or a graphic artist running his/her own business from home, it is necessary to take complete advantage of Internet technology and advanced communication protocol to meet business objectives. Graphic artists or web design firms require an efficient and secure medium to run business communication as well as to share or transfer artwork in the form of image files.
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  • 23). Stop Spam With Disposable Email Addresses  By : Jeff Clark
    Spam is an unnecessary evil that bugs anyone with a computer. Yet there are many ways available today by which you can avoid being “bugged” by spam, which has the potential to completely destroy your data and your computer. The oft-used methods are filters, blockers and other programs which almost all e mail service provider can offer. You may now go for another very innovative way to avoid spam.
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