8 Ways Universities Can Improve Their Email Communications

By Mary Walton • March 16, 2017 • , ,
How to write the clearest emails that will best represent your institution and yourself.

The 8 Worst Email Habits You Need to Break Right Now

By Kelly Gurnett • July 3, 2015 • , , ,
Think your relationship with your inbox is just fine? Avoid these email habits to make sure you’re not the sender the entire office dreads.

Most Workers Still Check Email Over Long Weekends — Do You?

By Lisa Rowan • April 2, 2015 • , , ,
You put on your autoresponder for that long weekend away from work, but do you really stay away from your laptop? Chances are you can’t help but check email. Are we right?

Your Emails Suck. These 3 Rules Will Make Them Exponentially Better

By Sara Frandina • August 29, 2014 • , ,
Not a fan of schmoozing at networking events? Learn how to write targeted emails to the right people, and you’ll grow your network exponentially.

Email Tips: If You Want a Response, Never Start a Message Like This

By Susan Shain • August 28, 2014 • , ,
According to Business Insider, this is the worst way to start an email -- and we agree! Read on to make sure you’re not committing this email faux-pas.

10 Tips for Writing Effective Emails That Will Help You Get What You Want

By Sarah Kathleen Peck • February 21, 2014 • ,
Emails sucking up your time? Help tame your inbox by learning to write better, and watch your effectiveness soar.

How to Get Successful People to Respond to Your Emails

By Reggie Hall Jr. • June 17, 2013 • ,
How do you write an email a busy, successful person will actually want to answer? We’ve got five tips, plus an actual example.

Is Signing Emails “XOXO” Appropriate for the Office?

By Levo League • December 19, 2012 • , ,
Are X's and O's ever appropriate for interoffice communications? And if so, which ones?

Avoid These 4 Unforgivable Email Grievances

By Jessica Lawlor • November 8, 2011 •
To keep your colleagues from cringing when they receive your emails, follow this basic email etiquette.