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7 Ways to Write More Effective Email

  • Do you get frustrated that your emails often don’t get a response?
  • Or the response is too slow?
  • Or you keep sending endless emails back and forth to get a result?

Email can be one of the most effective and quickest ways to communicate, yet it’s easy to fall into simple traps which reduce the effectiveness of your message and even lead to an increased workload.

This fast-paced, information-rich webinar will show you how (and when) to;

  • write a powerful email that gets attention,
  • engages your reader, and
  • motivates them to take the action or response you need (in a timely manner)

Date:     Tuesday 23 June

Time:     11:30am-12:30pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time - check local time in your area)

Other dates:  Friday 14 August / Friday 13 November (11:00am-12:00pm)

Invest just one hour to learn how you can spend less time on email and get better results. Your investment includes;

Option 1: Essentials package - $65

  • Information-rich, fast-paced, multi-media seminar
  • One page handout for makign notes
  • copy of slideshow for future reference

Option 2: Combo package - $97 

  • As for option 1 above plus
  • completed version of the handout
  • recording of the webinar for future review
  • mp3 copy of an interview of Australia’s leading Email Strategist Steuart Snooks by internet guru Gihan Perera discussing the 7 Ways to Write More Effective E-mail 
  • Series of 7 downloadable tips sheets

Participating is easy, even if you’ve never attended a webinar before - all you need is a computer, an Internet connection, a phone (and a sense of humour).

The webinar is "officially" scheduled to run 60 minutes but sometimes these things go longer and I'll be there to answer questions for as long as you like.

Can’t make it on the day? We’ll send the recording link to everyone who registers, so then you can listen (or re-listen) to the recording at a time that suits you.

What others say . . . 

“Great for hints and tips, even if you have used email for a long time.”

  Lisa Brock | Latrobe Community Health Service