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SevenTips for E-Mail Etiquette

I don't know about you, but when I look back at some of my earliest letters and emails, I cringe at some of the flowery and circuitous language I used. Here are a few tips served up by my friend, voice-over artist, Debbie Irwin and adapted with her permission. Some food for thought... Salads & Starters (Before you Send Your E-Mail) 1. Just because you exchange business cards with someone doesn't mean you're instantly best friends. Keep your follow-up communications simple and business-like. 2. Leave discussions of personal hobbies and timeshare vacation opportunities for a live conversation or a phone call. Sharing tidbits of your lives is actually helpful for creating bonds, but only when y

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