Business Email Writing Tips #1: Avoid Old Expressions in Your Writing

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Stuffy, old-fashioned expressions like "kindly be advised", and "attached herewith" have no place in modern business writing!

Yet many office executives, managers, directors and even CEOs are using them in their daily email correspondences. If it sounds like you could be one of them, it's time to give your business writing skills a major upgrade.

Watch this presentation for great tips you can apply to make your writing sound modern, clearer, and more concise.

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Business Email Writing Tips #1: Avoid Old Expressions in Your Writing

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  2. 2. Quick Tips for Busy Executives<br />How to Improve Your Email Writing Skills:<br />Avoid old-fashioned expressions<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  3. 3. Quick Tips for Busy Executives<br /><ul><li>Business language has changed. Unfortunately, not many people realize that!
  4. 4. Today’s writing is still full of stuffy, old-expressions like:</li></ul>“Kindly be advised”<br />“Enclosed herewith”<br />“With reference to your above-mentioned….”<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  5. 5. Quick Tips for Busy Executives<br />This style of writing is BORING!<br />Even if everyone else is using it, it doesn’t mean you have to do the same too!<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  6. 6. Quick Tips for Busy Executives<br />So instead of using long-winded, old-fashioned expressions like:<br />Please revert to me the soonest <br />Say:<br />I look forward to hearing from you soon<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  7. 7. Quick Tips for Busy Executives<br />So instead of using long-winded, old-fashioned expressions like:<br />Enclosed herewith is the letter as <br />per your request<br />Say:<br />Here’s the letter you requested<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  8. 8. Quick Tips for Busy Executives<br />So instead of using long-winded, old-fashioned expressions like:<br />Should you require further assistance,<br />please do not hesitate to call me at [NUMBER] <br />Say:<br />If you have any questions, <br />please call me on [NUMBER]<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  9. 9. Quick Tips for Busy Executives<br />So instead of using long-winded, old-fashioned expressions like:<br />We are in receipt of your document…<br />Say:<br />We have received your document…<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />
  10. 10. Quick Tips for Busy Executives<br />For more great tips on how to improve your business writing skills, visit<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />http://bit.ly/quickstartcopywriterblog<br />

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