Want a quick response to your email?
This form of written communication is part of our everyday lives so we should know how to do it correctly and effectively. Whether you’re writing to a prospective client, coworker, boss or a new acquaintance it is incredibly important to use appropriate language and structure in your emails. When typing up emails think about the structure and a bit of language you can incorporate as well as how to make it readable to your recipients. Once you practice this and make it a habit, you’re own you way to faster replies and more effective communication. Organize, is my word for the vocabulary segment.
Emailing language: I’m writing to enquire about/whether, Further to our meeting, Following our conversation, With reference to your email, In reply to your request…
Organize: Arrange, Mobilize, Sort out, run, coordinate