Sunday, April 20, 2014

10 Netiquette Principles for Email – What the Recruiter Looks For - Via Netiquette IQ

I have mentioned before in my blogs that no matter how good you resume is, it will be worthless if left unread. A strong email which follows the principals of my last Netiquette IQ blog, "Anatomy of an Email" is critical to insure this (having your email opened and read) is the case. Here are some principals I have developed to strive for and put into practice. May your current or future job search be successful!

Ten Netiquette Principles for Email – What the Recruiter Looks For

1. From Field
2. Attachment Title
3. Viewing Pane
4. Layout
5. Keywords
6. Attention Getters – Links, Logo, QR code (barcode), Photo, Competitor
7. Salutation
8. Message Length
9. Netiquette Adherence
10. Signature
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