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Thursday, 03 October 2013 13:05

How to write a termination letter?

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A termination letter is a written confirmation given to an employee informing him/ her about the termination of their services from the company/business. Nevertheless, you are required to speak to the employee about his/ her shortcomings much prior to issuing the termination letter. A professional termination letter usually consists of all the details with appropriate reasons, summarizing the information that the now former employee will need to know.

Strategize the letter:

Writing a termination letter does get daunting, knowing that much can fall or rise with just that one letter.

1. A termination letter must state directly and factually the reasons for the termination while conveying the purpose and power of the employer’s decision.

2. Know what to mention and what to leave out.

3. The purpose of this letter is to notify the employee about the organization’s decision to terminate his/her employment immediately.

Let’s take a look at a perfect termination letter sample to help you understand better:

Sample Termination Letter

Ms. Catherine D’Souza,

Seawoods Estate, Seawoods,

Navi Mumbai, 400703.

 

Subject: Termination Intimation.

Dear Catherine,

This letter confirms our discussion today that your employment with Intelenet Corporation is terminated effective immediately. As per our discussion, the ground that you’ve been terminated on is misconduct of our company policy, of under- performing for the past 6 months, as well as taking uninformed leaves of 12 days in the past month.

You will receive a one month compensation pay for your employment with Intelenet Corporation as your service with us has been for less than one year. You will receive the severance payment once you have signed and returned the enclosed  document. In addition, you may pick up the above mentioned cheque from the reception desk or we can mail it to your home.

Please let us know if we can assist you during your transition.

Regards,

Keith Fernandez

HR Executive, Intelenet Corporation.

Whenever speaking to an employee regarding the same, make sure to speak in simple English as well as maintain an English speaking fluency. You need to display your expert English communication skills as it is a pre- requisite for any Human Resource executive. If speaking in the English language is your issue and you find it difficult to speak in professional English, fear not! Just sign up for a professional English-speaking course online and get access to the best and most proficient vocabulary ever.

Conclusion:

While firing an employee, it is essential to conduct the termination carefully, following all internal policies and local laws. Being careless or improper could cost your organization a considerable amount of time and money. Not doing so on a professional basis could lead you in a soup, and could result in you facing huge fines and be forced to rehire the terminated employee. Also, ensure you understand the reasons for the termination and all the legal contracts and promises extended by the company to the employee being sacked.

About eAgeTutor:

 eAgeTutor.com is a premier online English learning institute. eAge's world class faculty and ace communication experts, from around the globe, help you to improve in an all-round manner. Assignments and tasks based well-researched content developed by subject matter and industry experts can certainly fetch the most desired results for improving spoken English skills. In this age of effective and advance communication technology, online spoken English programs are the most effective and convenient way to learn English.

For further information on our online English learning institute or to experience the wonders of the virtual classroom, fix a demonstration session with our tutor.

- By Monika Agarwal

Related Topics:

  1. How to write an offer letter?
  2. How to write an application for a leave?
  3. How to Respond to a Job Offer Letter?
  4. How to Write a Resignation Letter?
  5. 5 Negotiation tips and tricks

Tuesday, 01 October 2013 12:56

How to write a warning letter?

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There are times, wherein, some employee’s behavior or performance drops to such an extent that you are required to draft a formal warning letter explaining the set expectations and outlining the consequences.

The Human Resource executive of a company has a lot of tasks on his/ her plate as well as numerous powers at his/ her disposal. One of the major responsibilities is keeping an eye for misconduct and taking the required steps towards correcting the ill- behavior.

Conventionally, before handing a warning letter over to the employee, there should be verbal communication prior to the onset of a warning letter. You should communicate in fluent spoken English and in a subtle manner, since it is the first warning. Use of harsh tone does not go down with most employees. Nevertheless, a written letter will imply the seriousness of the problem.

Some guidelines that you can make use of while drafting a warning letter:

1. State the reasons: While writing a professional letter, make sure to include the reasons of unsatisfactory performance or failure, inappropriate conduct, etc. Be sure to use fluent English throughout the conversation to avoid any confusion while stating the point.

Example: “You are being issued this warning letter on the basis of the ill – conduct rendered due to not reporting to work on time. All the employees are expected to be punctual and functioning in their positions within the scheduled time, which you have failed to meet.”

2. Spell out the facts: Provide the addressed employee with recorded facts that clearly spell out the reason behind the warning letter being issued. As far as possible, keep the dates handy to verify the substandard behavior.

Example: “This letter has been issued to you because you have failed to follow the company’s policy on two occasions in the last month on the 3rd and 18th of October. You’ve also had unexcused absences on the 15th and 19th as well.”

3. Describe any prior discussions: Mention in the letter any prior verbal notifications of the same that are relevant to the current problem or in similar nature.

Example: “You were also intimated about the issue being faced by our organization on account of your misconduct on the 28th of October.”

4. Future Consequences: The future consequences should be mentioned, if this behavior continues.

Example: “Further instances of the same issues will result in severe disciplinary action being taken against you including a recommendation of termination of your services and employment.

5. Include a line of signature: This line of signature implies that the employee has received the letter and nothing beyond.

While indulging in verbal conversations with the employee, make sure to conduct dialogue in fluent English . If you are not too convinced and confident about your English speaking fluency, you can sign up for ‘professional English courses online’ to polish your otherwise great hold over English language. Doing so adds professionalism and protrudes your enhanced English communication skills to the optimum.

Handling negative situations like these is an art that needs to be mastered. Make sure to be professional while speaking to employees .

About eAgeTutor:

 eAgeTutor.com is a premier online English learning institute. eAge's world class faculty and ace communication experts, from around the globe, help you to improve in an all-round manner. Assignments and tasks based well-researched content developed by subject matter and industry experts can certainly fetch the most desired results for improving spoken English skills. In this age of effective and advance communication technology, online spoken English programs are the most effective and convenient way to learn English.

For further information on our online English learning institute or to experience the wonders of the virtual classroom, fix a demonstration session with our tutor.

- By Monika Agarwal

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Monday, 30 September 2013 12:12

How to create a job description?

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Job descriptions are  narratives that is created so that you and the applicants can understand the job profile being offered. The ideal concept behind it is to define the employee’s role in the organization as well as accountability. In simpler words, a job description clarifies the organization’s expectations from an employee.

For a Human Resource personnel, writing a job description is just as critical as crafting a cover letter for a job seeker.

Some vital pointers that you need to keep in line with include being:

1. Concise

2. Purposeful

3. Practical

4. Contemporary.

The below- mentioned tricks and traits are some handy tips that you can make use of while writing a proficient job description:

 1. State the position:

The start of your job description should clearly state the title and key responsibilities of the position. Be specific and craft the description in simple yet fluent English. Doing so will enable the potential employee to know whether they’re suitable for the job, and, people who do not fit the bill can easily be weeded out.

Some tips to remember:

a. Keep the title recognizable and interesting.

b.Provide a list of 5- 10 key responsibilities.

c. Avoid making it too flowery and maintain English fluency throughout.

2. List it out:

Be loud and clear about the skills, educational background, training, equipment proficiency as well as the other vital qualities that your organization demands. Makes sure to keep the English language simple and precise. This means that the candidate should be able to scan through the list and immediately conclude whether to apply or not.

3. Contact information:

Include the appropriate contact information to complete your description. Add an email address or a phone number that the applicant can use as a point of contact if he/ she decides to apply. As far as possible, try and make use of the contact information of the ‘to be’ employee’s supervisor, spelling out his/ her job title and position within the company.   

Here is a perfect example for you to take cues from:

Job title: IT support officer

Location: InSync Media Head office,Malad, West.

Roles and responsibilities

1. Work in the company’s IT department making sure that all IT systems run smoothly.

2. Assist with the installation of new computer programs and systems.

3. Respond to staff that have issues with their computers, via phone and email, and fix problems as they arise.

Knowledge, skills and experience

1. A good all-round education including GCSEs (or equivalent), including ICT.

2. You may also have A levels and a degree in computer science or ICT, but these are not essential.

3. A strong understanding of IT, including the practical mechanics of computers.

4. Experience of working with computers.

5. Good English communication skills are a requisite.

6. Able to work as part of a team.

Conclusion:

While writing a job description, holding an in depth grasp over the English language is extremely crucial. Be specific and concise about the key points, cutting through all the added attractiveness you include.

About eAgeTutor:

eAgeTutor.com is a premier online English learning institute. eAge's world class faculty and ace communication experts, from around the globe, help you to improve in an all-round manner. Assignments and tasks based well-researched content developed by subject matter and industry experts can certainly fetch the most desired results for improving spoken English skills. In this age of effective and advance communication technology, online spoken English programs are the most effective and convenient way to learn English.

For further information on our online English learning institute or to experience the wonders of the virtual classroom, fix a demonstration session with our tutor.

- By Monika Agarwal

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You are the sales in charge at XYZ stores and one of your responsibilities is to collect due payments from the customers. Most of the customers are prompt in their installment payments, but there are some who are always overdue. You wish to remind them of their obligations, but are unsure how to proceed. A reminder letter should not be too harsh, but polite and to the point. Use your English vocabulary skills to politely drive your reminder across.

 

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Things to keep in mind

 

1. Politeness

While writing a reminder to a customer, it is important to remain polite throughout the letter or email. Harsh language can threaten to ruin a relationship with a customer and you stand to lose assured business. The circumstances of a customer may range from forgetfulness to unstable financial conditions. Give your customers time to respond with payment or extension request.

 

2. Accurate details

Details are very important in a reminder letter. Be very careful while writing the overdue amount details and the deadline as any inaccuracy can lead to legal lawsuits later. Hence, it is preferable to cross check the details while putting it in a reminder letter.

 

3. To the point

Avoid using unnecessary words in a reminder letter. This letter is a business communication and hence it is very important to use a professional approach. Keep the letter short, precise and to the point.

 

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Sample Reminder Letter 1

 

Dear Mr. Jayash,

 

We would like to remind you that a sum of Rs.15000 remains overdue as per your installment arrangement with us for Samsung 23"LED TV. The last due date lapsed two weeks ago, on 25th August 2013.

 

We will be happy to accept a cheque payment before 5th September 2013. If your cheque is already dispatched, then please ignore this reminder. We thank you for your cooperation and apologize for any inconvenience caused.

 

Yours faithfully,

Sanjay Sharma

Sales Manager

XYZ Electronics

 

Sample Reminder Letter 2

 

Dear Ms.Richa,

 

This letter is to remind you of your outstanding balance of Rs. 30000. Please pay this amount before 5th September 2013 or contact our office at Vikhroli to notify us when we can

expect the payment.

 

If you have already made the payment or are in the process of doing so, please accept our sincere thanks and heartfelt apologies for any inconvenience this letter may have caused.

 

Sincerely,

Sanjay Sharma

Sales manager

XYZ Electronics

 

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The above samples will give you a general idea on how to write reminders. Improve your English speaking skills and learn the right vocabulary to write such types of letters. You can take help of an online English guide or read books to enhance your writing skills.

 

About eAgeTutor:

 

eAgeTutor.com is a premier online English learning institute. eAge's world class faculty and ace communication experts, from around the globe, help you to improve in an all-round manner. Assignments and tasks based well-researched content developed by subject matter and industry experts can certainly fetch the most desired results for improving spoken English skills. In this age of effective and advance communication technology, online spoken English programs are the most effective and convenient way to learn English.

 

For further information on our online English speaking courses or to experience the wonders of the virtual classroom, fix a demonstration session with our tutor.

 

- By Monika Agarwal

 

Related Topics:

 

1. How to Write a Resume for a Job?

 

2. How to write an application for a leave?

 

3. How to Write a Cover Letter for a Job?

 

4. How to write an application for a loan?

 

5. How to Communicate as a Customer Care Executive?

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 12:52

How to write an offer letter?

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An offer letter or an appointment letter is an important document as it is the first written communication that takes place between a new employee and the company. Hence, the offer letter needs to be professional adhering to a company's rules and policies, at the same time, self explanatory and precise.

 

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What should offer letter include?

 

An offer letter is a written document of your intent to hire the person addressed in the letter. Even though, you would like to customize and formulate each letter as per the candidate and post, you could make use of one professional and proficient letter to enable you to form the other letters around the same/ similar guidelines. Make sure to speak good English while handing the letter over, as you need to explain to the newbie what exactly the letter communicates.

 

Create 'Letter' Templates:

 

Recruiting employees includes preparing job descriptions, checking applications, short listing, interviewing, selecting employees and generating the required paperwork and letters to complete the process. All of which require you to keep your spoken English conversation seamless. As recruiting is almost something that is carried out on an ongoing basis, creating a standard letter template and format is a smart alternative.

 

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Sample Letter:

 

Here is a sample employment offer letter that you can make use of:

 

Kourtney Schimmer

Human Resource Manager

Darion Designs Company Inc.

440, 12th Road, Khar (w)

Mumbai, 400052

August 28, 2013

 

Ralph Asveda

10th Road, St. Andrews Villa,

1st Floor, Bandra (E),

Mumbai, 400051

 

Re: Offer of Employment.

 

Dear Ralph Asveda,

 

As per our discussion in my office, on the August 16, 2013, we are extending to you an offer of employment as a Marketing Analyst. If you accept the offer of employment put forth by our company, the following terms and conditions will apply.

 

You are expected to begin work on September 1, 2013.

 

We do have certain benefits packages including, health insurance and disability insurance, which you will be entitled to after completion of your probation period of three months.

 

In addition, you will be entitled to fifteen days paid leave due to illness or personal issues each calendar year in accordance with our sick leave policy, which may be modified from time to time.

 

Your monthly salary as concluded by us would be 38,000 INR until you have served your probation period efficiently. After which, you could be a qualified candidate in terms of the annual appraisal policy our company possesses. Do get in contact with me if you have any queries regarding the same. Welcome aboard and we hope to establish a professionally magnificent relationship with you.

 

Warm Regards,

Kourtney Schimmer

Human Resource Manager

022-386-6190

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Final Tips:

 

The offer letter needs to be handed over to the employee only after you have had a verbal discussion with the candidate. As an HR executive, it would be ideal if you speak in fluent English with your employees, old or new. Remember, you should extend an offer letter only after having a clear verbal conversation about the salary and negotiation of the same. Make a copy of the job letter, one for either of the parties. Get both signed by the candidate and remember to keep a smile on your face at all times.

 

About eAgeTutor:

 

eAgeTutor.com is a premier online English learning institute. eAge's world class faculty and ace communication experts, from around the globe, help you to improve in an all-round manner. Assignments and tasks based on a well-researched content developed by subject matter and industry experts can certainly fetch the most desired results for improving spoken English skills. In this age of effective and advance communication technology, online spoken English programs are the most effective and convenient way to learn English.

 

For further information on our online English learning institute or to experience the wonders of the virtual classroom, fix a demonstration session with our tutor.

 

- By Monika Agarwal

 

Related Topics:

 

1. How to Respond to a Job Offer Letter ?

 

2. How to Write a Cover Letter for a Job ?

 

3. How to write compelling emails in English ?

 

4. How to write an application for a loan ?

 

5. How to Write a Resignation Letter ?

Thursday, 05 September 2013 12:49

5 Email marketing etiquette

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Since its introduction in 1993, email usage has phenomenally grown to overtake postal mails and is now the global preferred mode of communication. Businesses are among the largest users of Email, which is seconded only by the telephone. Due to the immense reach of emails, companies are now harnessing its power for marketing. However, instead of rampant bombardment of marketing emails, it's better to follow certain protocols. Below are 5 email-marketing etiquette.

 

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Email marketing etiquette

 

1. Concise description

It is better to have the email short and sweet. People generally avoid lengthy marketing emails as they look like spam and nothing else. State your key points briefly and in a catchy way.

 

2. Avoid extreme long signatures

Extremely long signatures should be avoided, as it is unnecessary. Email signatures should only include important contact information and nothing else. Email signatures should be kept as short and simple as possible. There is no need to include page long terms and condition clause, just a short one-liner and a quick link is enough.

 

3. Target audience

This etiquette is difficult to implement. Marketers should identify their relevant audience and send the emails to that list only. Untargeted emails will only result in more spam marking.

 

4. Avoid long tails

Long tails are that part of an email, which appears below your message and signature. Make sure every email you send is newly composed and does not include a long tail. If you include the long tail by mistake, you could be sharing confidential or embarrassing information.

 

5. Too much humor is bad

Humor is the best asset in marketing, but only when it is used sparingly. While writing an email, it is better to keep the email body as simple and clean as possible. Excessive use of bold letters, colors, all-caps, changing font sizes, images should be avoided at all costs, as it increases the loading time of an email and the prospective recipient may just close the email.

 

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Sample Marketing Email

 

Subject: Home Furnishings

 

Dear Mr. George,

 

We at Santa Furnishings Company have had the pleasure and privilege of helping turn people's dreams into tangible realities for the past 15 years.

Our store offers a wide range of home furnishings, ranging from curtains to sofa covers to drapes to bed covers. All in all, if you have thought about it, we have got it!

 

You can visit our website and check out on the wide spectrum we offer. By ordering online, you cannot only get to shop at your convenience but also avail a special discount of 20% on all furnishings.

 

We also offer Live Chats with our experienced and talented interior decorators and architects who can help you with any queries and doubts. We also provide customized services.

 

We look forward to hearing from you soon, as the discount of 20% can be availed only within a period of the next 10 days.

 

Thanking You,

 

Sincerely,

Julia Roberts

Marketing Manager

Santa Furnishings Company

New Delhi

(This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Website: www.santafurnishings.in

 

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The above sample inculcates the five important etiquettes. Improve your English communication skills to draft the perfect marketing email. You can improve your English writing skills with the help of an online English tutor or with a friend. A properly drafted marketing email can get you many possible leads. Happy emailing!

 

About eAgeTutor:

 

eAgeTutor.com is a premier online English learning institute. eAge's world class faculty and ace communication experts, from around the globe, help you to improve in an all-round manner. Assignments and tasks based well researched content developed by subject matter and industry experts can certainly fetch the most desired results for improving spoken English skills. In this age of effective and advance communication technology, online spoken English programs are the most effective and convenient way to learn English.

 

For further information on our online English speaking courses or to experience the wonders of the virtual classroom, fix a demonstration session with our tutor.

 

- By Monika Agarwal

 

Related Topics:

 

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4. How to Write a Resume for a Job?

 

5. How to write an application for a leave?

Thursday, 10 January 2013 05:20

How to Respond to a Job Offer Letter?

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What is a Job Offer Letter?:

hw_rspond_ofr_ltr_img1A job offer letter is the formal letter sent to the candidate by the employer. A job offer letter is sent in order to let the candidate know that he has been selected for the position he had applied for. It is a way to offer employment to the candidate. A job offer letter confirms the position, salary, benefits, facilities and other relevant things. A job offer letter also specifies the date of joining of the candidate. The candidate has to join his duties on the specified day which is mentioned in the job letter. After joining, he is required to collect his appointment letter from the Human Resource Department.

 

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How to Respond to a Job Offer Letter:

Tips on how to respond to a job offer letter

Here are some steps/tips on how to respond to a job offer letter.

  1. First of all, do not forget to congratulate yourself on getting a job offer letter from a company. You can take out some time to celebrate your success.
  2. Next, the most important thing is to respond or to reply to the job offer letter. So do not respond to it right away. Once you get such a letter, you should reread it and plan your reply before you call the employer. You should always evaluate the terms and conditions before responding to the job offer letter.
  3. No two offer letters are ever the same i.e. job offer letters differ from company to company. Some job offer letters contain a form which has to be signed and sent prior to joining and some of the offer letters mention the date and time of joining. Such offer letters do not require any response from the candidate.
  4. Once you get a job offer letter, get in touch with the Human Resource Department immediately. You can get in touch either by phone or email. Thank them for considering and selecting you for the position. If you are satisfied with the terms and conditions which are mentioned there in the offer letter, let them know about your acceptance of the job offer. If you are not sure or considering other offers, ask them to give you some more time to consider their offer.
  5. If you have any query regarding the job offer, let the concerned person know about it either by phone or mail. In order to have a clear idea about the job offer, you should not feel scared to ask questions related to salary, compensation. You should clarify everything before considering the job offer.
  6. If you are comfortable with the job offer, send a formal response to confirm your acceptance.

 

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Friday, 04 January 2013 05:17

How to Write a Resignation Letter?

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What is a Resignation Letter?:

hw_write_resignation_img1A resignation letter is a formal letter that is handed over to the employer by the employee while leaving a job. A good resignation letter is a means to maintain cordial relationship with your previous employer. A resignation letter should be very simple, concise and positive. The resignation letter should contain information on when you are leaving. You should always write a professional resignation letter. Even if you hate your job, there is no need to mention that in your resignation letter. A resignation letter should be written in a very diplomatic way so that there is no interruption in the resignation.

 

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How to Write a Resignation Letter

How to write a resignation letter

Some important things that need to be included in the resignation letter are mentioned below:

  1. Firstly, you have to let your employer know that you are leaving the company and the date on which you are leaving.
  2. Next, do not forget to thank your employer and appreciate the time that you have spent with the company.
  3. It is better to write a resignation letter on paper but if you are required to send a resignation email, it should also be very brief, professional and to the point.
  4. If you wish to mention the reasons of your resignation, never criticize your employer or say something negative about co-workers, colleagues, or your superiors. It’s better to keep the reasons to yourself.
  5. According to the standard practice, two weeks’ notice should be given to the company while resigning.
  6. Always try to talk positive when you talk about your resignation with your colleagues. Don’t bad mouth your employer. Try to highlight how the company has helped you grow and achieve success. Although you have decided to leave and move on but there’s no point in criticizing your job. It is always advisable to maintain a good rapport and understanding with your old employer.
  7. Do not exaggerate your new job. Even if you have got a better job, do not brag about it.
  8. Do not forget to say goodbye to your co-workers, subordinates and superiors while leaving your job.

 

 

Sample of a Formal Resignation Letter

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Sample

The sample of a resignation letter is given below:

Your Name

Your Address

Your City, State, Zip Code

Your Phone no.

Your Email

Date

Name of the concerned person

Title

Organization

Address

City, State, Zip Code

Dear Mr. /Ms. Last Name,

This is to inform you that I am resigning from my position as Supervisor on 15/03/12.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all the support that has been provided during the last three years. I have really enjoyed my tenure and learned a lot from my superiors.

Please let me know if I can be of any help.

Yours Faithfully

Your Signature

Your Typed Name

 

 

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Monday, 29 October 2012 05:47

How to Communicate on Social Media Platforms?

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What are Social Media Platforms?:

hw_com_social_img_1There are over thousands of social media platforms and networking sites. These social media platforms connect us with the whole world and help us interact. Some of the popular social media platforms are Facebook, Linkedin, and Twitter. You can spend time on these social media platforms for interaction, creating an online brand, and sharing content. Facebook is one of the important social media platforms that is becoming popular day by day. You can create a fan page and build your fan base here. Through facebook you can share and update your content. In facebook an user gets notification whenever a person in his friend list makes any change or updates his profile. Linkedin is another platform that helps companies or organizations to get connected with each other and stay in touch. Twitter is another social media platform that will help you interact with others, share content and create your own brand.

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How to Communicate on Social Media Platforms

There are some ways that can be followed to communicate on social media platforms.

 

  1. When it comes to social media platforms effective communication is extremely essential. So it is very important to speak fluently if you want to use these social media platforms. If you cannot speak effectively then it is not the right place for you. First of all it is very important for you to create a fascinating profile. If your profile is a boring one, then nobody is going to like it. So go for an interesting one. You might be using the social media networks to sell your product or services. So make your profile in such a way so that the customers get attracted easily.
  2. The social media platforms give you an opportunity to select the people with whom you would like to talk to. So try to connect to people who would like to buy your products or services.
  3. The most important thing on social media platforms is that you need to interact with your target audience. So start the conversation with your audience and let them know about you and your business. Also let them talk about themselves, their likes and dislikes and their interests.
  4. You need to keep talking with the audience. Thus it indicates that you have to create a sustained relationship with the audience. So it is very important for you to communicate effectively and fluently so that you can build a strong relationship with them.
  5. Try to stay active and try to respond to each of the friends’ requests.

 

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Wednesday, 26 September 2012 09:35

How to write compelling emails in English?

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Email and its importance:

hw_cpmpell_email_img1In today’s world, email is of huge importance. There are different types of emails. Some are personal emails such as sending a birthday greeting to your friend or sending anniversary greetings to your partner. Emails can be social too. People use emails to send marriage or birthday invitation. Nowadays people prefer to use emails because they are the fastest means of communication. Currently emails are used to get homework help from online tutors by students. Almost all organizations use email to communicate with their clients. Companies rely on emails because emails can be sent quickly and thus rapid communication is possible. Also emails can never be lost like postal mails which can be easily lost or misplaced. If you are good at writing, it won’t be difficult for you to write compelling emails.

 

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How to write compelling emails in English?

How to write compelling emails

It needs a lot of practice to write a compelling email. It is a skill that can help you grab new business opportunities, new proposal, or a new projects.

Some steps on how to write compelling emails are laid down below:

  1. It is always advisable to personalize your message. Mentioning something that the recipient did for you, or giving some compliments to him can help you to get noticed.
  2. A very long email will never be entertained by the recipient. All professional emails should be composed short and to the point. Professional emails should never be used to narrate a story. People want to read emails that are short and to the point.
  3. If you have trouble composing the date, body you can create one email and save it as a template and use it again and again whenever you need to compose an email. This will save a lot of energy and time and help you write better.
  4. Do not try to be over friendly and casual when you’re writing professional emails. Business emails should be very formal and should be written with proper vocabulary. If you have any problem finding the proper vocabulary, use a dictionary to find the correct word for your email. You can also join an online Spoken English course. The Spoken English courses can be beneficial and helpful. Not only the Spoken English Tutors can make you learn new words related to professional emails, they can also help you with writing, reading, Grammar, and speaking.
  5. While writing convincing emails, try to write a unique subject in the subject line. A good subject line can grab the attention of the recipient and help you to get noticed.
  6. You should always mention the benefits that people will get as nobody will be interested if they don’t get anything from what you’re asking them to do. So it is very important to tell them upfront what exactly they will get if they do what exactly you want them to.
  7. While writing a Business email always mention the benefit they are going to get if they buy your product.
  8. Be positive and unique. Avoid using words like hope, think and use positive words like will and can.

 

 

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