Useful Sounds No. 29: How to manage email communication (the easter podcast)
25.03.2005 - 15:23 / filled under podcast
As an easter greating, a new podcast - and yes, I will adjust back to my normal positions of recording, so I don't have so many pop / hissing sounds. :(
26 min, 15.3 MB (right-click and say 'save link as')
- German Holidays
- As I am off for some familiy business, just a short rundown through some of the content
- G'dayworld featuring The famous Toby from Divamarketing, hear how Mick and Cam discovered the truth ...
- The problem of not knowing when to stop email conversation - we have enough signals in real life but not in online conversation
- Which emails is really in need of an answer? When it is okay to end a conversation?
- I write longer mails and see the people feeling forced to write back as long as I did - when in fact, I sometimes just wanted to be sure you understood.
- I'm guilty too, of not using proper disclaimer but if I say 'just yes / no needed', I mean it.
- How people feel uncomfortable about receiving mails demanding for answers.
- Use CC in mails and tell people in CC why they are included.
- Is there a good sign for indicating 'this conversation is closed from my point of view'.
- Why 'How do you do' leads to answers - it is a real question not a greeting.
- Connecting to strangers the new way and why I do write emails instead of comments
- Something for Scott from Today's Podcast and what I feel reluctantly about
- The problem of being nice.
- What the new digital natives miss out in learning about communicating.
- A short description of a book I'm searching and how this relates to meeting people in real life - how complicated it is to re-adapt, and re-connect once you really meet.
- Yes, I want you to read my blog. ;)
- Tell you more about me: I like advertisement. Yes, dear makers of American Copywriter crawling through my logfiles, I like your podcast ;o)