How Do I Construct Professional Emails
According to McKinsey and Company, reading and crafting E-Mails takes over 25% of the average
workweek. With E-Mail being a vital form of communication for business, it is important that you and your brand appear professional and that your E-Mails get read. Proper E-Mail etiquette can create and maintain a good impression. This tutorial provides step-by-step processes to ensure you use proper etiquette.
Step 1: Use a Professional Address
If your work E-Mail is the same as your personal, be sure the address is appropriate. It should also
contain your name so the recipient can easily identify who you are. This example shows an E-Mail in the
“To” section, but the general format is a good example of a standard business E-Mail.