Business Communication Essentials, 8th Ed.
Chapter 6. Crafting Messages for Digital Channels
Stacey Gawronski reports.
Sarah Perez reports on the topic at TechCrunch.
"With the onslaught of emails we receive every day, it's hard to imagine how anyone could keep up professional email habits at all times," writes Rachel Gillett (photo, left) and Jacquelyn Smith.
Jacquelyn Smith (photo, left) covers the topic at BusinessInsider.
According to Alex Malouf (photo, left), "For a pastime that was once considered on the fringe of journalism, blogging is a pivotal online media channel for breaking news, sharing content and developing an audience.
"Here are the best blogs at the Fortune 500 companies with an important note: The blogs at high-tech companies like IBM, Google, Dell, Intel, Cisco and Microsoft are so good, they are in a category by themselves.
"Instead of privately contacting businesses, consumers are turning to Twitter to voice their issues publicly.
According to Carmine Gallo (photo, left), "And what I keep hearing — over the last few years especially — is this lament that many business students and business professionals cannot communicate as effectively as they should be communicating.
"Ray Tomlinson, considered to be the godfather of email, has died, according to his employer, Raytheon Company.
Try doing what Liz Wessel did - send a cold email to someone you look up to.
"Seriously though, because the forum is often the number one way you have of communicating with a client, boss, or networking person, it’s imperative that you get it right.
"The problem isn’t email.
"One of the biggest changes in social media marketing this past year has been its emergence as a major player for advertising dollars.
According to Eric Samson (photo, left), "In January 2015, MediaPost reported that CMOs are turning more of their attention toward social media.
"A reader asked whether she needed to reply to an email.
"Popular social networks are notoriously careful to not alienate their users, helping ensure that your ads won’t come off as overly intrusive and tiresome.
Chris Lake (photo, left) offers his advice at SearchEngineWatch.
"Think it’s easy to leverage social media to provide customer service to customers?
Knowledge @ Wharton covers the case of Turing Pharmaceutical's CEO Martin Shkreli (photo, left).
"In a recent Better Business Writing class, several participants had a challenge that most of us have: They could not get readers to respond to everything they requested in their emails.
"Here’s what the experts predict will be the top social media trends in 2016: .
"Email etiquette continues to be one of the most requested topics at our seminars.