Encouraging Email Etiquette - Do's And Don'ts
Apart from anything else, there are an infinite number of possible scenarios in radios for business and I don't pretend to have experienced them all. That's why when I run one of my training courses I always tell the people attending to challenge me if they have an alternative view, or a different experience.
Beyond these measures, there are a few things that you can do on your own to cut down on the spam that you get. One thing that is very important is to protect your email address as if it were your phone number. Do not post it anywhere online, as programs out there look for email addresses to harvest for spam email lists. Do not use your personal email for filling out random forms or for signing up for web sites either. Get an email account just for those things and expect that it will get spammed. That is better than it coming communications in business the ones you use each day.
Phone Greeting. You do not need to answer your telephone each time it rings. Your telephone can be a great asset to your team. Set your voice message so it announces your business name and hours of operation. This will let callers know when you are in the office. Do not let family or friends answer your business comms with a "Hi" or "What's up".
Hurriedly, as something to get out of the way so one can get off the spot. This is a corollary to the above "listing" phenomenon. Don't shortchange yourself! Again it's time to take technology in communications center stage.
Twitter is very flexible for marketers and business owners to use. As part of an integrated campaign, it can really help you with consistent traffic. Just remember...you have to give to get. This is one of the maxims you will always hear from our company. This is true, not only with Twitter, but with everything else on the internet.