Networking: Five Tips for Success

When we build trust and relationships with others, work can become more enjoyable and profitable. It’s not the number of contacts we make, but the quality of the impression we leave that’s important. 1. Be genuine. Don’t be overly concerned about... more

Email vs Phone: Netiquette Tip

We receive emails from customers, clients and co-workers everyday soliciting advice or requesting information. Sometimes the email is concise, a clearly stated question that is simple and to the point. Other questions need clarification. My friend Sandi Knakal once... more

Chain Letters: A Netiquette Tip

Why You Should Not Forward Chain Letters We’ve all received email chain letters – urgent alerts that warn us of computer viruses, money making opportunities, and often, cases of a dying child’s last wish. Please, resist the urge to forward these... more

Reply To All: A Netiquette Tip

Email communications are important. When you deal professionally with email, you and your company will have an important competitive edge. Additionally, by educating employees, you protect your company from awkward liability issues. Reply To All If you are cc:ed on an... more

Email Attachments: A Netiquette Tip

Email communications are important. When you deal professionally with it, you and your company will have an important competitive edge. Additionally, by educating employees, you protect your company from awkward liability issues. Sending Emails Attachments... more

Four Rules of Email Forwarding

You’ve received an email and now you want to send it to someone else. While it’s simple to just click “forward” and fill in the address box, it’s a dangerous thing to do. Sticking to these email forwarding guidelines can help prevent the... more

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