Keeping the message personal
Responding to messages as soon as possible
Using lots of capital letters to emphasize certain words
Casual – like the tone you use with friends.
"Yo, dude! Whassup?"
Spell check, use full sentence structure and use proper grammar.
Have a nice greeting: Hi, Hello, etc.
Have a proper sign off: TIA, Sincerely, etc.
All of the above.
Be invisible – no one can mess it up that way.
Include all the points in the first paragraph.
Include all the points in the last paragraph.
Use lists with bullets or numbers.
Put it on a banner and rent an airplane to fly over the office pulling the banner.
Only your name.
Only your name and company.
All your relevant contact information.
A picture of your pet python and twin tarantulas.
Just attach it and send it.
Send it first thing in the morning and call to make sure it was received.
Send it during week days.
Compress the file, then ask first when would be the best time to e-mail it.
Everyone in the department – just in case.
Your boss and your boss' boss – so they know that you’re working hard.
Only those people who absolutely need to know.
The whole world. Why not? Everyone else does.
I feel it's important.
I know the other person should have the information.
The topic is commendable and important to all onliners.
I type a personal comment about why I am forwarding that specific e-mail to that specific person.