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  • 1. Top 10 Email Etiquette Rules By: Emily
  • 2. Always use punctuation• Always use punctuation because if you don’t the person you are sending it to might get confused.
  • 3. Don’t use all caps• If you use all caps when you are writing the person might think you are angry and get the wrong idea.
  • 4. Always have a subject• If you don’t have a subject for your email the person you are sending it to can know right away what the email is about.
  • 5. Be Polite• When you are writing an email make sure to be polite and don’t get angry over email. If your polite people will want to email you again!
  • 6. Don’t use text lingo• If you use text lingo in your emails the person you are sending it to might get confused or annoyed. You should always be precise.
  • 7. Use the J.O.Y model• Its always good to use the J.O.Y model in your email because sometimes you get mad and say something you cant erase. So when you get angry always look to the J.O.Y model for help.
  • 8. Spell your words correctly• When you are writing an email its always nice to spell your words correctly so you and your friends don’t get confused.
  • 9. Make sure your email has a greeting and a closing• When the person you are sending an email to reads your email they should always be greeted so they know your are being friendly. Also, have a closing so they know that the conversation is over.
  • 10. Always spell check your email before sending it• Its always a good idea to proof read or check your email before sending it in case you have amiss spelled word or grammatical error.
  • 11. Don’t use sentence fragments• You should never have a sentence fragment in your email because sometimes it could be confusing or puzzling.
  • 12. Keep emails brief and to the point• You should never add more information than needed in an email. Its nice to keep emails brief so the person you are sending it to will actually look at it.