You just finished a job interview. Now what? You can either take a deep breath and patiently wait for a response, or take some extra steps to increase your chances of getting the position. No, don’t run to delete pictures of yourself drinking alcohol with friends acting wild and crazy. You should have done this before you even start job hunting. One of the most underutilized tools that jobseekers often ignore is a thank-you email.
As a blogger, you probably have a lot of tasks on your plate. Entering the blogging world, you should be a writer, an editor, a graphic designer, a social media manager, and so much more. Fortunately, there is a wide range of tools that can make your life easier. In this article, we are sharing the best blogger tools that every blogger needs. Want to find out more? Just keep reading. Continue reading “The Best List of Blogging Tools to Create Awesome Content and Skyrocket Your Blog”
In a world where digital marketing is becoming increasingly important, digital marketing efforts are becoming increasingly important as well. Email marketing, in particular, is an integral part of digital marketing efforts. This means that everything ranging from the content in the email to the structure of the email are things that have been picked apart and discussed by marketing analysts.
If you are a fortune 500 company, employing an army of marketing professionals to dissect and alter each aspect of your marketing campaign is feasible and possibly even profitable. However, small business owners and freelancers are not afforded the same luxury, given their tight marketing budgets.
When building your brand’s online image, every little detail counts. Even as little as your email signature. Many businesses don’t pay enough attention to creating professional email signatures. Meanwhile, adding something as basic as a link to your website to your email footer can already make a huge difference. Continue reading “Proper Email Signature Is The First Step to Building A Successful Business”
While in our everyday life we are used to communicating with people via mobile phones, social media, various messengers such as Viber, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger or just chat face to face, in business these methods are absolutely inappropriate.
To get the message across, business people use email, and in this blog post we are going to figure out what makes a good and effective business email. Continue reading “A complete guide of writing the best business emails”
In business, it is crucial to choose your partners wisely. No man is an island. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Bill Gates and Paul Allen, Sergey Brin and Larry Page… Once each of these people made the right choice that defined their career and brought them to success. Therefore, I can assure you that good discernment of character is a key to prosperity both in business and in private life.
Unfortunately, in the age of technology, we are often being robbed of a chance to use our intuition since we have to do business with people we have never met in person. How are we supposed to get an adequate impression of someone who is being introduced to us in the form of zeroes and ones alone? Continue reading “What an email signature can tell you about its owner”
The CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, starts his day at 3:45 a.m. to clear out his inbox with 700-800 emails received the previous day. He comments “and I read the majority of those … Every day, every day. I’m a workaholic”. On the other hand, Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn says he intentionally sends less email to receive less of it.
One formal email template + one informal email template + the neutral one. This is a standard toolbox of every HR specialist. On the one hand, it is much easier to have templates because very often HR managers are overworked and have no time. On the other hand, such an approach to email communication can’t be effective. Continue reading “Best email signature examples for HR managers”
Every email you send to your colleagues, clients, partners or just anyone you need to reach out is accompanied by the email signature. No matter if you type the standard message like “Kind regards…” each time or use the signature by default, you never put an effort in it, unless the email is targeted at some important person. That is the biggest problem. You just do not care.
The Internet has obviously blurred the boundaries of social etiquette. For instance, we can easily address a complete stranger on the Internet and strike up a conversation here more often than we do in real life. We let ourselves use shortened words and texting abbreviations even when we are not limited by the certain amount of characters, and we certainly tend to type quick and think very little when replying to someone’s email, compensating the lack of proper forethought with emoji. Continue reading “Manners matter, mate”