I was recently asked to write a feature article for “The Representor” which is published by ERA (Electronic Representatives Association)
Here is an excerpt with a link to the full article.
Doesn’t it seem as if email has been around forever? The use of email started in the early 1970s and is now a staple of business communication everywhere around the world.
Even though electronic communications such as texting, private messengers and social messaging have all come on the scene and are being used in day-to-day business communications, email still reigns supreme. This is due, in part, to the personal connection people have to the email processes that has been put in place to conduct daily business. People feel comfortable with emailing because it has stood the test of time (more than 40 years strong), and it is a proven way to manage and keep track of daily business conversations.
However, you need to be careful that your email address does not get blacklisted. If you have ever had this happen, you know how frustrating it can be.
Read => Feature Article