Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 7. Digital Media
"Understandably, for many students, email is a venue of freedom and distance from academic considerations.
"As consumers use mobile devices more and more to read email, creating flawless designs that are readable and useful in both desktop and mobile environments can be quite a challenge.
"Knowledge seldom takes the place of experience.
Shel Israel (photo, left) shares his 12 tips.
"If you're like most professionals, you probably write dozens of emails a day but barely think about the subject line.
According to John Brownlee (photo, left), "In a world where inbox zero is the ultimate goal, who cares about good typography?
"This assessment of your skills at using PowerPoint will help you understand what skills you need to learn in order to be a more proficient user of PowerPoint for your presentations.
""There's something overtly personal about a handwritten letter and it's so rare these days," says etiquette expert Thomas P.
"We need new rules on when you should text, when you should call, when you should email," writes Nicholas Carlson (photo, left).
"If you’ve ever found yourself writing an email (or contemplating writing an email) to a Very Important Person, you know how intimidating it can be.
Denise Scavitto covers her topic at Edudemic.
"Here’s the headline of a sales pitch email that landed (with a thud) recently in my inbox: .
"It’s hard out there for a paranoid cybersecurity reporter," writes Nicole Perlroth (photo, left).
"I came across a table about the most frequently used words in spoken and written genres in James Pennebaker's book on "The Secret Life of Pronouns", so I did a quick analysis on my cca.
"One example of how extensively mobile devices have changed long-held conventions of communications is that presenters who once were disturbed by audience members texting on their phones now are worried if they don’t," says Steve Friedman of Present Perfect.
"Kim Brown is an assistant director for Syracuse University's Career Services department.
Digital shaming has become the newest form of public stocks, ensuring the wrongdoings of individuals are widely known and impossible to erase.
Anyone who has worked with other people in other cultures is aware that emails across borders sometimes have unexpected results or even no result.
After getting fired in October from the high-tech startup where he had worked for more than four years Joshua Filgate, a 27-year-old engineer in Southborough, Mass.
Let's assume you're not stupid or a jerk or weird--that you're not misspelling every other word or ending every thought with "OK?
How to put Twitter to work for your job search.
Writing sensible email messages As we've seen before, getting your inbound email under control will give you a huge productivity boost, but what about all the emails you send?