Monday, September 22, 2014

Netiquette IQ Blog of The Day - What Being an Email Power User Will do For You

 
At present I am authoring a new book and one of the areas I speak to is in it (as well as my current book below) is becoming a Netiquette Power User. By becoming one, you can dramatically improve very quickly in the categories noted below. Reading this blog regularly will be very helpful as well.

Good luck and good Netiquette to all!

The benefits of being a Netiquette Power User



1.           Grab a recipients attention more readily.
2.           Crate more opens.
3.           Extend the attention span of your reader.
4.           Encourage opening your résumé or C.V. attachment.
5.           Provide a positive first impression.
6.           Install a lasting impression.
7.           Create a positive image of who you are.
8.           Leave the recipient “refreshed.”
9.           Raise your priority in future correspondence.
10.        Provide a positive last impression.
11.        Eliminate demographic disadvantages.
12.        Decrease wasted time and energy.
13.        Increase self confidence.
14.        Quickly build trust.
15.        Decrease time needed to compose or edit email.
16.        Greatly reduce mistakes – large and small.
17.        Eliminate poor Netiquette habits.
18.        Set a good example.
19.        Avoid email “ruts.”
20.        Increase success in all aspects of your communication.
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 In addition to this blog, I have authored the premiere book on Netiquette, "Netiquette IQ - A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email". You can view my profile, reviews of the book and content excerpts at:

 www.amazon.com/author/paulbabicki


 If you would like to listen to experts in all aspects of Netiquette and communication, try my radio show on BlogtalkRadio  and an online newsletter via paper.li.I have established Netiquette discussion groups with Linkedin and  Yahoo I am also a member of the International Business Etiquette and Protocol Group and Minding Manners among others. I regularly consult for the Gerson Lehrman Group, a worldwide network of subject matter experts and I have been contributing to the blogs Everything Email and emailmonday . My work has appeared in numerous publications and I have presented to groups such as The Breakfast Club of NJ Rider University and  PSG of Mercer County New Jersey.

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