Some of the worst ways to end an email

by WF- Enzo Administrator
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I always talk about the best practices, but never about the worst practices. Here are some, based on personal experience:
  • Have a blessed day
  • Thanks in advance
  • No sign-offs at all
  • Take care
  • Later
  • Thx and other abbreviated sign-offs
  • Yours sincerely

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  • Profile picture of the author Leadnetwork
    Hm, it's really sounds strange, I have to say
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  • But some are not that bad. IMO
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    Originally Posted by WF- Enzo View Post

    I always talk about the best practices, but never about the worst practices. Here are some, based on personal experience:
    • Have a blessed day
    • Thanks in advance
    • No sign-offs at all
    • Take care
    • Later
    • Thx and other abbreviated sign-offs
    • Yours sincerely

    Chime in!
    You should tell us why you think they are worst practices. I might agree with "Thanks in advance" as that is presumptuous. Or "Later" as that is how one would talk to his/her buds. But the rest? I do not see how they are "Worst" practice. So how would you end an email?

    Have a blessed day
    Thanks in advance
    .
    Take care
    Later
    Thx
    Yours sincerely

    al
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  • Profile picture of the author Monetize
    I have a couple:
    • As always
    • Toodles!
    • TTYL
    • Holla
    • Love You/Luv Ya
    • A bunch of emoticons like smileys, flowers and kisses
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  • If you need someone else to tell you how or how not to end an email, you prob'ly shouldn't be sending emails in the first place. It's staggering how many people are incapable of thinking for themselves. Staggering.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leadnetwork
    I totally agree that the ending depends on the content of email and who are you writing to, but in business mailing it's not really appropriate to write "Have a blessed day" or "Take care"
    Maybe we will talk about best practices?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mary Annabelle
    How is "have a blessed day"the worst
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    How is "have a blessed day"the worst
    Because it introduces religion into a business communication....why is that difficult to grasp?


    It is difficult to sell to people on an email list - everything you write in an email can either sway someone to buy or not to buy. When you add either religious or political references to an email you risk losing interest of some on your list. Why risk that?
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    • Profile picture of the author Leadnetwork
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Because it introduces religion into a business communication.
      Absolutely, that is too personal
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