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7 Tips on Ending E-mails Professionally (With Samples)

The closing of your business email may be the last part of the email but it is one of the most important parts as it gets many people confused- I used to be confused...

How to Report a Missing Vital Item in Your Care via Email

Introduction I once lost a particular vital item at work. It was a very expensive digital audio recorder, treasured by many colleagues, valued by the boss. Where I left it, I could not recall. I...

How to Introduce Yourself to a Prospective Client via Email

Introduction Nothing is more appealing when introducing oneself to a potential client than to come right bold while at it. Introducing yourself to a potential client via email is more appropriate when you have had...
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How to Acknowledge an Email Professionally

It is true that properly acknowledging business emails will improve your success rate, doing business in the 21st century.  Countless number of emails in the business world is sent to receive...

How to Acknowledge a Job Offer via Email

Writing an acknowledgment email for your new job offer is an opportunity to make your employer realize you are a good choice for the job. Your acknowledgment email should carry your excitement and anticipation...

How to Get an Email Response from an Unresponsive Client

Introduction When you send a proposal, contract, initial design, questionnaire or any other thing to a client via email, your initial excitement of a possible business deal or positive response may be watered down by...
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How to Respond to an Angry Boss through Email

  While you cannot dictate how people will relate with you and their attitudes, you can determine your response to them. One of the things that drain satisfaction out of a job is dealing with an...
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How To Write An Email To Clarify A Client’s Requirement

Businesses exist to serve.  For this reason, there will be a lot of occasions when you will have to interact with customers, clarify client requirements and deliver on customer requirements.   While the telephone is...

12 Rules of Writing Emails Professionally and Effectively

PEM 101(Part 3): Rules Guiding Writing and Responding to Professional Emails Business is serious. That’s why professional emails have rules. These rules will help you avoid the common blunders of email communication. However, these rules are...

Firing an Employee via Email

When firing an employee via email, you need to pay attention to the way you write your email. One major advantage of dismissal from employment via email is that you are able to take your...

How To Write An Email To Confirm A Verbal Or On-Phone Agreement

Agreements, especially those of a business or legal nature, are best documented and confirmed.  You risk future conflict by leaving an agreement verbal.  Emails provide a fast and effective means of confirming verbal or...

How to Respond to Email Complaints About Poor Customer Service

Building and maintaining a functional relationship with customers as well as ensuring that their ever-evolving needs and expectations are met should be the focus of every business organization. When a customer gives feedback, either...

Professional E-mail Requests: Examples for Consultants and Researchers

Making a professional request via e-mail is a great asset. When you are able to do this correctly, there is a greater possibility that your request will be granted.  If for any reason your request...

How to Professionally Reply a Rude Email from a Student’s Parent

You may have to choose your words carefully in responding to this situation. As a teacher, relating with students’ parents who complain incessantly could be tiresome. It is one thing to manage such complaints; it...

Business E-mail Writing (With Samples): Accepting Invitations

Business emails are like a representation of ourselves and reflect our personalities to the reader. This is because, most of the time, the people you are sending these emails to have never met you;...

How to Reply an Email Professionally

Today, many people receive tens or even hundreds of emails daily. The important emails you receive will require that you reply as soon as possible. In business and many organizations, the quality of your email...

Using Email to Reply a Colleague Who Has Accused You Falsely

Introduction Handling accusation via good communication skills is vital. How effective you are able to manage the spread of accusation against you shows maturity and tells a lot about your personality. When accused wrongly, the...

How to Write Professional Emails: 7 Critical Ingredients

PEM 101 (Part 4): Summary of Writing Professional Emails   Already, we have discussed, How to contact clients effectively by email, How to write and respond to professional emails, Rules of writing and responding to emails; Now,...

Requesting A Letter Of Appointment Via Email? Read this first

Requesting for a letter of appointment via email is a quick and convenient way to secure a new contract or engagement as the appointment letter is the most effective way to validate your new...

How to Apologize for an Employee’s Error via Email

It is important as an employer to ascertain the details of what went wrong and why such a thing happened. An email alone may not satisfy some customers, therefore a follow-up visit, after the...

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How to Appreciate a Subordinate via Email

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