Ten Rules for Email

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Ten Rules for Email

  1. 1. By Schenbo
  2. 2. Do Not Reply To Spam• If you reply to spam then people can send you emails trying to solicit you.
  3. 3. Do not TYPE IN ALL CAPITALS• If you type in all capitals, people might think you are yelling at them and that would be bad. Capitals are fine just do not overuse them.
  4. 4. Spel Chek and ReRead Your Emails Before Sending Them.• In Emails, you should proofread what you typed. It will only take a second and it will make you seem more professional.
  5. 5. Do Not Use Abbreviations• Emailing is not like texting. Do not abbreviate words in your email or use U and Wht because that is something that will also make you look unprofessional.
  6. 6. Make Sure You Sound Calm In Your Email• Even if you are mad in the email you are sending, still make sure you are using a proper greeting and ending in your email. That will make you sound professional.
  7. 7. Do Not Troll• Trolling is mean and you should not do it. Try to stay away from doing it and report the people that you see doing it.
  8. 8. Always End in Thank You Or Warm Regards• If you say thanks you or warm regards, you will come off nicer and people will take more effort in responding in to your emails.
  9. 9. Type With Punctuation• Be sure to type with punctuation. It will split up your sentences and proper grammar and add pauses when they are meant to be used.
  10. 10. Stay On Topic• When you are typing in emails make sure you stay on topic of what the previous emails have been talking about.
  11. 11. Do Not Swear• Swearing is bad in emails. The person you are swearing at cannot defend themselves through email. Do not swear at all you should be able to talk to the person and keep it PG.
  12. 12. Copyright• No copyright is claimed in [content copied] and to the extent that material may appear to be infringed, I assert that such alleged infringement is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright laws. If you believe material has been used in an unauthorized manner, please contact the poster.

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