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The Art of Business E-mail
4 P's of business protocol

Communication by e-mail is no different than writing on your company letterhead. A business communication is business, period.

There should be no reason for foreign buyers or sellers to find each other, lacking in 'good taste' and business manners.

It's all in your presentation.
If you are making business contact via e-mail for the first time -- email, although lacking *real* physical stationery, can and do present an outward manifestation of the sender innate character, attitude, personality as well as manners.

A hastily and badly written e-message will easily offend and sour a new business relationship before it even begins. Communication by e-mail is no different than writing on your company letterhead.

 

A business communication is business, period. A certain degree of formality is required.

 
 
Mind your manners.
Manners are personality--the outward manifestation of a person innate character and attitude. Email etiquette or netiquette has become a real problem with hastily written e-messages.

Many senders don't realize that most recipient that is willing to respond, usually evaluate on the quality of the sender communication skills, attitude and manners.

If you don't take the *time* to write properly, why should the recipient take the *time* to respond? In today, fast pace world, *time* is an expensive and rare commodity for both parties concerned.

Take the *time* to write correctly, if you want to get a respond. Don't give the recipient any reason judge you as lacking in good taste, having poor manners and attitude and souring a relationship before it even begins.

 
Value your time but don't lower the value of your email message.

It's all in your presentation. Learn more about email communication.

The 4 P's of business protocol
Polite. Prompt. Precise. Persist.

 

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