Email Business Etiquette

Written by BB Lee

Email Business Etiquette! by BB Lee (C)2002

Email etiquette is fundamental stuff...for most Online Business people. In fact, think of how you respond to Online messages as important image management. Handling your messagesrepparttar correct way will make you appear professional while building your reputation Online as a responsive, attentive, business person, who really cares about his customers. Inrepparttar 109637 long run this will surely build your "rep" and your income.

Researchers estimate up to 75% of business people Online do not use good email etiquette. They risk their Online messages seeming rude, offensive, blatant sales pitches, or plain annoying. Here are a few suggestions to adapt to your situation.

1. Keep an open line of communication running between you and your customers or subscribers. Post your contact information in clear view on your web page. This will make it easier for people to email you if they have questions or problems.

2. Answer all important email within a 48 hour period. If you don't this would be considered poor business practice or just plain rude. 3. Do not respond to angry email with like behavior. You have much better things to do than start a "flame war." Instead ignore their remarks and block their messages using your email program. Or simply let them haverepparttar 109638 last word. This will prompt an immediate end.

4. I've seen this far too many times. Do not respond to an email message in all capitals packed with exclamation points. This is rude and very unprofessional. I don't know about you, but all capitals LOOKS LIKE SCREAMING TO ME!!!!!!

5. Spell check all your email before hittingrepparttar 109639 send button. Why risk a bunch of typo's turning off a potential customer? Most email programs have a spell check included. Use it! 6. Don't answer a client's email with a dozen affiliate links at repparttar 109640 bottom of your message. Do I have to explain this one? This marketing method is prone to backfire and turn off potential customer's and subscribers.

8 Quick, Hot Reasons You Should Offer an E-mail Course Today!

Written by Shery Ma Belle Arrieta

1. E-mail courses are generally quick and easy to create. Contents for your e-mail courses are everywhere -- old articles, interviews, information from doing research. You only need to know how to organize them and makerepparttar content easy to understand and follow.

2. You can append your sales letters atrepparttar 109636 end of your e-mail courses. People who take your e-mail courses can learn something valuable from you first, and when they're done, they will be more receptive to your follow-up letters.

3. E-mail courses can help you attract visitors to your Web site. You can't put everything in an e-mail course so you can actually place links within your e-mail course messages. These links can point to more information found on your site. You can promote your Web site's URL in each message.

4. E-mail courses can help you gain more subscribers for your e-zine. Make people aware that subscribers of your e-zine are alwaysrepparttar 109637 ones to get first dibs on your e-mail courses.

5. You can run your e-mail courses hands-free. You just need to create and arrange your e-mail messages inrepparttar 109638 order you want them to be delivered to your participants, then put them in a sequential autoresponder. Your e-mail courses then become your 24/7 promoter!

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