There’s usually at least one in your junk folder that has come in overnight – the spam email. Today the offer was ‘stress free staff management’, or it could be photocopiers, franking machines, payroll services, debt collection, mobile phones, factoring, SEO services, website design, energy supply, vehicle tracking; it goes on and on. And they hunt in packs: one arrives and then it’s a succession of unwanted junk cluttering up your in-box.
The only reason that I cast a cursory glance over these emails is to check for spelling errors and there are plenty. A golden rule is always to check that punctuation, grammar and spelling are correct before emailing so that it gives a good impression of your business. For example, the energy supplier couldn’t even spell ‘tariff’ correctly.
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