If you’re in business, branding is an important part of that. Branding affects how others perceive your business, and ultimately it affects your bottom line since people choose whether to do business with you based on their perception of you.
Does your job require you to send regular emails, project reports, proposals or other long written communications? If so, you’re not alone. Writing is a huge part of many jobs. In fact, according the National Association of Colleges and Employers, 8 out of 10 employers surveyed look for written communication skills on candidate resumes.
Whether you’re sharing photos, reports, or other documents–sending attachments through Microsoft Outlook email is a convenient way to get files to others. But if you try to email large files using Outlook email you might run into trouble. That’s because there’s a default Outlook file size limit.
Meetings, assignments, and other items that impact our schedule–they all have one thing in common. We’re often notified of them through email.
Your email inbox always seems full of new messages. Deciding what to do with each message can seem overwhelming. You may even be late responding to an important message because you didn’t notice it in all the clutter. MS Outlook rules can help.
Has this ever happened to you? You sent out your professional business project proposal to close the deal, but your prospect still seems to be hesitant.
As a business owner, you need to keep track of your contacts. Lost contact information could mean a lost opportunity to do business. You can’t follow through with a potential customer if you don’t know how to reach them. With Microsoft Outlook, your contact list is as close as your email with your Outlook contacts list.
If you’ve been looking for a job recently, you probably already know that phone interviews are becoming increasingly common. What you may not know is how to properly prepare for a phone interview.
If your Microsoft Outlook inbox is cluttered and full of messages, chances are that you’ll miss an important message. As a business owner, missing a message could be disastrous. It could mean lost business. And even you don’t own a business, nobody wants to overlook an important email.
Emails are a big part of most of our personal and professional lives. According to statistics from market research firm the Radicati Group, there are over 2.6 billion email users in the world. You’re probably one of them.
At one point or another, it’s likely you’ll have to give a speech. It may be for business, or it may be for school. But you don’t want to give just any speech. You want to give a speech that your listeners will remember–a speech that motivates them to take action. In other words, you need to know how to make a speech memorable.