How To Write More Effective Emails (Infographic)

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Reading and answering emails can consume up to 28% of your working week. So, setting up and using your email account effectively can have a significant impact on your productivity at work. Even though enterprise social networks are on the rise, email generally remains the primary form of communication in the workplace.

The first step to improving your emails is to set up an account under your business domain name, to improve deliverability and professionalism. Services such as Google Apps for Work allow you to do this, it also provides a web-based email client that allows you to access your inbox anywhere, on all your devices.

Keeping your emails short and clear is an important skill. This ensures that minimum time is wasted on both ends and that your messages stand out from inbox clutter. Including a signature also adds professionalism and gives the recipient quick access to your contact and company information.

Following common sense and etiquette also goes a long way, as it ensures that you communicate in a helpful, respectful and efficient way at all times. Your contacts will appreciate this, and will be more likely to open and respond to your emails in the future.

For a detailed look at how to optimise your email communications, the following infographic courtesy of WhoIsHostingThis is a fantastic resource:

Write Better Emails Infographic

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