Tag Archives | email

5 ways to email yourself out of a job

Most email mistakes seem like no-brainers after the fact, but these five email blunders are not so obvious:
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Phishing isn’t worth the catch

phish·ing /’fiSHiNG/ noun The activity of defrauding an online account holder of financial information by posing as a legitimate company. Not at all like the… more...
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Tips for avoiding email miscommunication

I personally love to communicate via email. As a writer, I find it’s one of the most effective ways to gather facts and information from… more...
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4 reasons you should talk on the phone

It’s #TechMonth! So you would think blogger Barclay Pollak would tell you about the latest and greatest tech? Well you would be wrong. Instead he’s telling you why you should stop texting and emailing and pick up the phone.
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Taking a vacation from email (or at least a break)

Do those constant email notifications on your smart device stress you out? Blogger Jeff Sauer understands and he's here to help!
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Remote teams: 6 Ways to win at email

Distance used to determine where and who we worked for. That's no longer the case thanks to technology. But that doesn't mean working on a virtual team is without its pitfalls. Blogger Mike Sansone talks about one and offers six tips to help you overcome it.
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A manageable 4-part marketing program

Developing a marketing plan for your small business doesn't have to be rocket science. Blogger Brad Miller outlines a four step plan any small business can follow.
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Avoid distractions in the New Year

Distractions are everywhere! Blogger Jeff Sauer has five tips he thinks will help you stay on track in 2015.
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4 work habits you need to quit NOW

No matter how good you are at your job there's always room for improvement. Blogger Stephanie Reed has four work habits you need to quit now.
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