November 5, 2009
THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. WE WILL POST WINNER SHORTLY!
Advantages’ magazine did a great story this month about how to energize your business emails and make them more efficient while pointing out the do’s and don’ts of workplace correspondence. Of course, being someone who has been using email for business for well over 10 years I have seen my share of poorly written and cringeworthy emails (perhaps, even guilty of a few!). In the article was a great example of an email that, though seemingly innocuous and good-intentioned, contained a ton of problems. Below is the example without the corrections …
Think you can point out all the problems with this email? Prove it! Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with all the errors and, if you get the most right, we’ll post your name in an upcoming Counselor PromoGram and Advantages Hot Deals newsletter!