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Email etiquette to stop email overload – Twitter Chat transcript

Posted Wednesday February 22nd, 2012, 7:04 pm by

How can brilliant email etiquette help you stop email overload?  That was the theme of today’s Twitter Chat.  My thanks to everyone who participated.  Below is a transcript of the key tweets.

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Email Etiquette
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
There is also our ‘Email Etiquette Checklist’ to help you send the right message right first time. emptyinbox
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
For more tips on email etiquette to stop email overload either come to one of our workshops or webinars  #emptyinbox
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
@MarshaEgan what’s your top tip? #emptyinbox
 in reply to @MarshaEgan
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
A1 – Think five is my motto – five short sentences, five questions. More and you loose the other person. #emptyinbox
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
A1 Keep the content clear, concise and structured so its easy for the recipient to read. #emptyinbox
Marsha Egan @MarshaEgan
Q1 What is your best email etiquette tip? #emptyinbox
Marsha Egan @MarshaEgan
Hi from the US! #emptyinbox
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
Does correct spelling and grammar save time – Yes.  #emptyinbox
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
Consider the subject line as your elevator pitch #emptyinbox
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
Always re-read your message before hitting send ask yourself will the recipient understand me  #emptyinbox
ExecutiveSecretary @lucybrazier
RT @EmailDoctor: What’s best way to open an email to stop email overload? Join me today for Twitter Chat #emptyinbox at 17.00 GMT to find…
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
Does anyone have a question/tip they would like to share? #emptyinbox
Monica Seeley @EmailDoctor
Using brilliant email etiquette is a quick way to save time and stop email overload by reducing the rounds of email ping-pong. #emptyinbox

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