Critical Elements of a Professional Business Letter – Biz Coach
If you need to convey important information in business, you'll get more attention by writing a professional business letter than an email, according to Biz Coach Terry Corbell.
By: The Biz Coach
To achieve maximum success in your career, it's vital to know how to write professional business letters, says Biz Coach Terry Corbell.
He says that's true whether you're trying to sell a prospect, assure a customer or to lodge a complaint.
There are 19 points to remember:
1. Proper stationery
2. Business-like font and size
3. Planning the components
4. Using an economy of words
5. Professional wording
6. Effective tone
7. Addressing the letter
8. Salutation or greeting
9. Block style
10. Highlight the subject matter
11. First paragraph
12. Giving criticism
13. Avoiding starting paragraphs in first-person
14. Structure your salient points
15. Call to action
16. Express gratitude
19. Before mailing, put the letter aside
For a full explanation of each of the 19 points, see: https://bizcoachinfo.com/
With proven solutions for maximum profits, Terry Corbell is a business-performance consultant. He is a profit professional with more than 30 years experience — has been a full-service, confidential business-performance consultant since 1992.
His clients have ranged from high-tech to professional service firms, and for the public sector.
At The Biz Coach (https://bizcoachinfo.com), his business-coaching topics include Marketing/Sales, Human Resources, Operations, Planning, Finance, Tech, Career Tips, Leadership and Public Policy.
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