Almost anyone can write an email – well except for my dad but that’s because he is a technophobe and has no clue what so ever in regards to anything remotely technology-based and he doesn’t mind me saying this about him as he is the first to say it. But I digress, sending an email is really easy… open up your account, select add a new message and type away. But are the emails you sending any good? Do they get the results you want or expect? if the answer is no then it may be time to see if what you are sending is ideal.
Whether you work from home, in an office or just send personal emails the infographic below is a good place to start if you are unsure about the quality of the emails you are sending out. It is designed to help you write a really good email that will get the results you were hoping for.
Source: The Really Good Email Design Checklist by Campaign Monitor
Will you be giving your emails a revamp? I know I certainly will as after reading this infographic I know that there are certain aspects that both my personal and professional emails have been missing.
*This is a collaborative post*