8 Reminders for Better Emails

Laptop, speaker, envelopes graphicEmail continues to be our primary mode of business communication. It’s often the first contact you have with — and the first impression you make on — a potential customer or employer.

A mastery of grammar helps you choose the right words and punctuation. This infographic has tips that show you not only how to compose a message that’s effective; it shows you how to create an email that’s visually pleasing and easy to read.

Share it with friends and colleagues, and consider printing it to display at work.

Here’s my complete list of 12 Tips for Better Business Emails. This post answers the question of whether to use emojis in business emails.

Thanks to Instructional Solutions for collaborating with me in developing this infographic that hits email high points and serves as a gentle reminder.

Email is a critical communication mode. Make sure your emails reflect well on you!

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Kathy Watson

Kathy Watson has a love/hate relationship with grammar; she loves words and the punctuation that helps them make sense, yet she hates those pesky rules. A self-proclaimed ruthless editor, she prefers standard usage guidelines of The Associated Press Stylebook. Her easy-to-use Grammar for People Who Hate Rules helps people write and speak with authority and confidence. She encourages and welcomes questions and comments. (Email)