1. Emails should always have a subject, so the person or people on the other end know what to expect.
2. Always start with a greeting. It’s not just polite, it’s respectful and addresses the reader properly.
3. Spell check is your friend so use it! Spelling errors reflect sloppiness and lack of attention to detail. And please don't let autocorrect dictate what you want to say.
3. Proofreading is your pal. In the land of auto-correct, it’s super easy to accidentally say you want to meat when you meant to say you want to meet.
4. Get to the point. Keep emails polite and concise. No one likes a rambler IRL, (in real life) and they definitely don’t like one via email.
5. Always end with a greeting. For the same reason you begin with one. It cordially let’s the reader know you appreciate their time for reading your message. Whether it’s “Thanks” or “Best Regards”, respectful adieus always ring eternal and leave a good impression on any reader.
Kind Regards, (don’t you just love how that sounds?)