The concept of email emerged in 1971, and the familiar format — Date, From, To, Subject, Message — is based on the memo format of the typewriter era. Typewriters have gone the way of the dinosaur, but there doesn’t appear to be anything on the horizon to replace email.
Brushing up on grammar is a good first step to improving your electronic business communication. Here are a dozen killer tips from a ruthless editor to help you fine-tune your email skills. ContinueLike it? Share it!