Sunday, March 31, 2013
Sunday, March 17, 2013
While all of our work is original, and written in your unique voice, many people come to us for advice. Well, here it is!
Writing a Letter giving someone Bad News can be, well, bad news! Here's a sample to get you started!
Are you working for a Non-Profit? Need a great angle on sending out a Fund-Raising Letter that gets results? Try ours!
Sent from home rather than a business office, this letter uses a variation of the traditional format used for friendly letters, with address, date and close on the right, but with no indentations at the openings of paragraphs. Sample Informal Letter of Request:
So you need to write a Formal Business Letter, but don't know what the proper format is? Here you go! Our Sample Letter Format!
So you need to send a Letter of Complaint, but really want to make it count? Try this format! Get results!
A Letter of Request is your way of reaching out to another agency or entity for something that you need. Try this sample for best results!
So you've gotten a formal complaint and need to respond. You want to sound professional and not defensive. Try this sample Letter Responding to Complaint, mend the fences and get on with great business!
Writing Memos that sound professional and get your point across precisely are deceptively easy. Try these tips and subsequent sample to get you started:
Here is a sample, Routine, Informal Memo that is still professional and still to the point:
And lastly, your Standard Memo for all intensive purposes, for the daily issues, such and what not.
Writing effective Business Letters that sound professional and get results are deceptively easy. Try these tips for best results!
Monday, March 11, 2013
These are essential!
- Put your name, address, phone number, e-mail and other particulars, single-spaced in the upper-left-hand corner
- The rest of your cover letter and statement need to be double-spaced
- Do not indent paragraphs! This is basically a business letter!
- On the 2nd page, use a "slug", which is usually your last name in the top-left-hand corner; no need to number your pages, though
- If you mention people's names in the letter, verify they still work at the places you are referencing!
- Just because your statement is personal, doesn't mean it shouldn't be accurate! Be careful! You just might get interviewed/caught!
- Don't fax or e-mail your statement unless you have permission from the school or if the guidelines say that it is acceptable