33 Ways Not to Screw Up Your Business Emails by Anne Janzer
About the Book:
It's time to write better business emails
Business runs on emails, yet we rarely give them enough thought. Carelessness can lead to embarrassment, damaged relationships, or worse. And too often, our messages are misunderstood, misfiled, or ignored.
In a world filled with remote collaboration and virtual teams, people who master email writing rise above the noise. You can be one of those people.
Learn how to make your emails work for you rather than against you with this short, practical guide.
Whether you’re just starting in your career or have been emailing for decades, you’ll find valuable advice and tips you can put into practice right away.
Read it now and see the difference you can make with a few simple practices and habits.
About the Author:
Anne Janzer is an award-winning author, non-fiction writing coach, and unabashed writing geek on a mission to help people make a positive impact with their writing.
She supports and encourages writers, authors, and marketers through her books, blog posts, online courses, webinars, and teaching.
Her writing-related books explore the science and practice of effective writing. They include The Writer's Process, The Workplace Writers Process, and Writing to Be Understood, all three of which have won multiple awards.
Before she started writing books, Anne worked as a freelance marketing writer, working with more than a hundred technology businesses to articulate positioning and messaging in crowded markets. This work led to her first book, Subscription Marketing, which has been translated into multiple languages.
Anne is a graduate of Stanford University.
And, interesting fact - she is now a member of a very elite club: The Marketing Book Podcast 4-Timers Club!!
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