Freelance Switch has an article up helping everyone learn how to deal with e-mail better. I am horrible for giving e-mail too much time and attention, and I know I am not the only one with that problem.
The article covers things like getting your inbox to empty, filtering out all but the essential e-mails, and following up on e-mails.
Here is a sample of the article:
Be professional. It’s common for people to write emails with lazy grammar, spelling, capitalization, slang and the like. Well, that’s fine if you’re writing to your relatives or best friends, but otherwise, try to observe the rules of writing. Capitalize correctly, try to spell words correctly, and don’t use slang. Begin emails with a salutation (at least a “Hi Leo”) and end with a signature.
Now if only I could follow these rules…
Originally posted on September 24, 2010 @ 12:57 pm