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How to Write a Professional Letter

When writing a professional letter, it's important to use the correct format. This means including the addresses of the sender and recipient, and using the proper salutation and closing.

There are many occasions when a professional letter is appropriate. These include an application letter, a thank you letter and a letter accepting or declining a job offer.

Every professional letter should contain the following, in this order:

-Sender's address
-Date
-Recipient's address (also called the inside address)

Email Signature Do's and Don'ts

Email Signatures Do's and Dont's

Here's a checklist of the most common points that even smart, savvy signature users get wrong.

Do Make It Social

Social media is on the mind of every marketer right now – use your signature to connect social with mail. Firstly, give contacts a taste of your content: put a recent Tweet or a blog post snippet (the whole post won't fit) under your signature.

Then, add a social media link so they can Twitter Follow or Facebook Share in a click. Unilever added a Follow link and went from 40,000 Followers to 235,000 in just 10 months – for free.
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