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4 Essentials For The Perfect Remote Onboarding Process

The process of introducing a new hire has changed dramatically since the COVID-19 pandemic forced remote working into mainstream viability. It used to be viable to largely wing onboarding: once you got someone into the office, you could let them soak up the atmosphere,...

Best Examples of Automatic Reply Messages for Different Platforms

Effective communication is the backbone of any business. While you may have closing hours, your customer with a problem or an inquiry does not. To keep your customers and attract newer ones, you need to provide great customer service. The backbone of customer service...

Email Introductions (And Samples): Everything You Need to Know

Email introductions are an unavoidable necessity if you’re working in the professional space. We meet new people all the time and there’s often a repeated phrase that ensues, “Hi, my name is Jim Blessed. Nice to meet you.” This is the first stage of a normal...

Should You Hire Freelance Customer Support Agents for Your E-Commerce Business

The decision to hire freelance customer support agents for our businesses is not an easy one. There are too many factors that need to be considered before implementing any process. After all, the monetary costs and risks involved could be an active deterrent. Even...

Top 28 Tools You Need to Write Emails Like a Professional

Emailing has grown to be the most formal and debatably one of the most important means of communication. With over 300 billion emails sent every year and on a steady rise, it’s clear that communicating via emails isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Most of...

How to Nudge Underperforming Team Members by Email

Modern and Proactive organizations have shifted from management systems that encourage individuality, competition, and internal rivalry to more inclusive and collaborative management systems that encourage teamwork.  However, working in teams comes with its own unique challenges for team members and leaders such as dealing...

How to Write a Rejection Email to a Potential Candidate

As a company growing and actively hiring, rejection emails are an inevitability. After a candidate successfully interviews for a position, two things happen: they either get the job or they don’t. After considering applicants’ skills, strengths and weaknesses, determining the most suitable candidate for...

10 Things You Should Stop Doing In A Professional Email

When writing a professional email, there are rules that must be observed. Writing a good and professional email shows your level of professionalism and builds your credibility, this is extremely important to climb the corporate ladder. Research shows that global email users amounted to 3.9...

How to Introduce Your Boss to a Client in an Email

Through the course of your professional career, you may have to introduce your boss to a client in an email. This doesn't only have to be your boss, it could be your supervisor, your team lead, department lead, etc. Several occurrences may force you...

How to Cancel an Appointment Via Email

In the event of an emergency or any unforeseen circumstance, the need to cancel an appointment may arise. While it’s important to honour engagements you’ve agreed to, it is unrealistic to assume you’ll show up for all of them. When cancelling an appointment via...

How to Find the Best Products to Upsell for Your eCommerce Website

Technology has changed every aspect of the world. Shopping as we know it has been changed as well. With the rise of eCommerce behemoths, eCommerce has changed the way we buy and sell fundamentally. While eCommerce has changed the way we buy and sell,...

How to Reply after Receiving a Quotation Letter

Quotation emails are some of the most common emails among businesses. Businesses are in constant communication with each other. Regardless if you’re a B2B company servicing other businesses or you’re a B2C company servicing customers. You’re bound to send or reply to a quotation...

How to Respond to Email Introduction from a Potential Customer

In a world where the internet has taken over from the pen and paper, we may be tempted to neglect or pay less attention to what we are writing and to whom we are writing. Sometimes we treat people in the same way when...

12 Examples of Professional Out of Office Emails – Permanent and Temporary Autoresponses

Being a responsible netizen or professional in the Internet age also means leaving useful clues and messages for your email correspondents whenever you will be out of reach temporarily or permanently. Remember that your email correspondents expect you to respond within minutes or, at...

Email to Your Boss Asking for Help

As an employee, your number one duty is to fulfil your obligations; this is why you were hired. But sometimes, the task overpowers you, and you’re unable to do it alone. In this situation, it’s normal to send an email to your boss asking...

How to Express Disappointment Via Email

From time to time, we all express disappointment whether at work or with customer service of a particular company or over a job we didn't get, etc.  Disappointment is often caused when a person, employee, customer, or job applicant is dissatisfied by an act or...

Email Replies: 5 Best Hacks on how to Start Getting Them Every Time

Getting prompt email replies has been a life-long dilemma associated with emailing. Emails are the go-to mode of communication for every business person. And as such, the importance of emails cannot be overstated. Whenever an email is sent, a response is expected from the...

How To Write A Business Dinner Invitation Email

Invitations are the hallmarks of any event, whether formal or informal and a business dinner invitation email is not left out. Companies, businesses, or organizations host dinners for many reasons which can be to mark the end of a business year, to meet investors, to...

How to Ask for Feedback from a Customer

As a business owner, your number one goal is to service your customers. There are key components to growing your business, one of the most important is providing value for your customers. Providing value for your company is relative, you don’t know if your...

How to Introduce Two or More People by Email

In the professional world, networking is a non-negotiable skill. While networking is often interacting with others, networking via email also extends to introducing two or more people by email. Connecting two people via email can be a tricky situation. There are the dos and...

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