Does your inbox control your day? An annual Adobe survey showed that the average white-collar office worker spends just over 4 hours per day on their work email. That equates to 20 hours per week, more than 1,000 per year, and an incredible 47,000 hours over the course of their career… that’s 5 years!
You probably know that airline pilots and astronauts have to go through extensive checklists before takeoff — they’re a great way to make sure nothing goes wrong. Although you might not be flying internationally or preparing for lift off, checklists can still make your life much easier.
In an ever-connected world, online security is vital to keeping your personal information, business details, emails, and privacy safe. Here at SaneBox, we’re committed to keeping all you and your data secure.
Keeping your clients happy is one of the most important things you can do in business. Delighted customers will buy from you again and again, be advocates for their family and friends, and spread the good word about your organization.
Scroll, scroll, scroll. “Hmmm. That rings a bell.”
Open the email. “Oh! It’s the company I complained about.”
Read a few sentences, close email, leave. “I’m not sure why I even bothered…”
Sounds familiar? That’s what many customers do with your emails. Typically they’re underwhelmed by these communications as there isn’t anything unique or new about the way the message is being presented.
There’s no such thing as a “job for life” anymore. Most of us use the power of the internet, references, and recommendations to stay very mobile in our careers. Whether you’re making a sideways move, taking a step up the career ladder, or applying for another role, your cover letter makes a big difference to getting your foot in the door.
There are more ways than ever to communicate at home and work. Despite the prevalence of text messaging, Snapchat, Facebook, Slack, and everything else, email remains one of the commonest ways to pass messages around. When you send email, you might think the contents are private — the only people that will see them are you and the recipients of the message.