This issue concerns writing e-mails for business letters, which I know seem a bit controversial. But now we use e-mail daily in business and ask questions when a letter is a letter? Or what makes a letter a letter?
By definition, a letter is a written communication between the parties, usually in an envelope. The letter features are universal, meaning each of them must specify the sender's and recipient's addresses, signatures, dates sent, and so on.
In recent years, the practice of writing a letter in word processing format has increased. Some organizations send e-mail instead of mail. Although both practices become more common, I noticed that when people use e-mail instead of mail, sometimes the level of presentation decreases (19459004).
It seems to me that we can use emails instead of emails, provided that we maintain the degree of form, layout and other custom of the letters. In fact, I used almost exclusively e-mail to handle communication between my office and the applicants. For example, to acknowledge receipt of your applications, invite them to interviews to inform them that they have failed. My applicants information kit and related documents made it clear that email would be the main means of communication. Everyone liked it for the many advantages that include:
- Fast, Economical, and Highly Effective
- You can request a reading receipt to know that your email has arrived at your destination and opened it  You can send an email to multiple recipients without creating more pieces of paper, envelopes, and postmarks
- You can ensure that your email is received only by the person who has the recipient, not the wrong inbox
] True, there are many disadvantages of email, the most obvious of which is unsafe. However, for most business communications
the lack of security is no problem. If so, then there are encryption protocols that can be applied.
First, make sure that your clients or colleges are aware that they are primarily communicating via email, for example. Your ads, documentation, etc. rather it communicates via e-mail. "If people know what to expect, they have a better chance of giving you their email address and will not be shocked if they receive email from one of the world's largest or great organizations.
Maintaining High-Level Communication
for subcontracting business communication and embedding messages in emoticons … severely
in an appropriate business email
If possible, make a template with the company's colors and with your logo, address, and other contact information Do not disable
the email with "Hi guys" or anything like a letter like "Dear Mrs. Carruthers." Insist on the usual
letter writing conventions , and make sure you have a style guide for the staff and find out how to communicate
If not, then the costs of production and distribution are significantly reduced and improvements in business efficiency have to be noticed as e-mails speed up daily communication.
Copyright 2005 Robin Henry