10 Email Tips

Business Professional Email Etiquette Tips

Posted by Liz Taylor Apr 30, 2014

1.)    Avoid fancy fonts, multiple colors and patterned backgrounds.

2.)    Use italics and bold fonts sparingly- if at all.

3.)    Avoid all small caps and refrain from using ALL CAPS.

4.)    Double and triple check that you spelled the recipient’s name correctly.

5.)    Avoid using multiple instances of an exclamation mark (!!!) or a question mark (???).

6.)    Avoid emoticons J

7.)    Use appropriate salutations (list the recipients by order of rank).

8.)    Include a friendly closing such as “Sincerely”.

9.)    Include all contact information in your signature.

10.)  Avoid using a thoughtful quote in your signature.   

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