first Moral efforts will learn the label associated with writing e-mails (at this time as "netiquette"). There are plenty of good reference websites and books on the internet that tell the basics. I know it might look a bit more expensive if it gives so much importance to social problems when the internet is basically very informal. No matter how much you like or not, many people take the online etiquette very seriously. So if you write a business message, you assume that the recipient can be one of those …
2. Never send e-mail, and preferably do not try to write emails if you are angry, nervous or drunk or you do not. If you have a heated conversation with someone on your phone, you may think about things. But after emailing the "send" email, whatever it says, it's rocked out of stone as long as the recipient wants to look. The old talk is "no more than ten" before answering. You can only send angry emails if you can handle it, or you really do not care if the recipient has a feeling of sympathy.
3rd One thing you do not think is that it is useful to consider carefully the time of sending the e-mail. First, it is always a good idea not to send emails that coincide with Monday morning rush and Friday afternoon lethargy. Furthermore, I found that e-mails sent to companies on the weekend were lost in cyberspace. And on a rather modest level, if recipients see that they send emails on Sunday or late evening, they feel that they can interrupt you for a business conversation at the same time. Though you think it's cool to impress a client on which you work hourly, your partner will not be when the same customer calls the phone at midnight.
4th Since almost everyone has ever been infected with another computer virus, people are understandably cautious about attachments. They never send attachments to anyone I do not know very well and I never open the attachments unless they are people I know well. And then some contemporary viruses and worms clone themselves to real email addresses and addresses, so even an email that is supposed to be someone who knows can only be infected. If you have any doubt, upload text to your email message body or notify the recipient in advance and make sure you are happy to receive it as an attachment.
5th The arrangement of emails is something that few people are watching, especially if (like me) their system uses only text. However, even in the case of plain text, a meaningful layout can make the whole thing easier. First of all, you can avoid writing emails that go through the screen. It is very difficult to read and see everything as texts, and the reader may need to change the fonts. The safest format consists of lines up to 65 characters long. It fits, works everywhere and makes the email much easier for the eye.
6th The topic should focus on what the reader should have to capture their attention. You will find the best way to get some benefit. For example, if a downlink project budget was written instead of "Project X Revised Costs," instead of "Reduction of Project X Costs by XX%". If you do not have a real advantage of using it, make it interesting and interesting. Avoid even the most hated words of spam filters: "free", "subscription", etc.
7th Online writing needs to be compact and clear, largely because the screen is a particularly unfriendly reading medium for most people. If only this is the case, the KISS principle (Keep It Short & Simple) is useful. To use e-mail, you need to access the point directly and keep it. Someone who receives dozens of e-mails per day does not have time to start a lot of preamble. By summarizing the question briefly, there is the greatest chance of avoiding the apparent destiny.
8th As for writing style, here more than with other media is very useful when people talk. It also makes e-mail clearer and more concise if you leave all relevant adjectives and adverbs. Keep your sentences short and include only one sentence or thought per block. Paragraphs should not contain more than 6 sentences – preferably less if possible. And if you list more than some items, use bullets.
ninth If you are writing business emails, use your signature facility after which your name goes. Surprisingly, how many people do not use this facility properly – yet it offers an excellent opportunity to look up some promotional words. As the e-mail signature appears at the end, recipients are unlikely to irritate you. In fact, provided you have useful contact information, it is a useful addition to your message. And even if your email is just plain text, it may still look smart enough.