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The company Publish America is a “MAJOR” book publishing company on the East Coast. For those of you who have not heard of them they are an online publisher that seek out NEW authors to exploit their work and make money off of them while they swindle the author. They make promises to the author which are not carried out or true at all. The one promise that is carried out is they do publish your work without you having to pay them. In fact they send you a check for $1 to seal the contract...
Published by Knojiwriter 80 months ago in Business Etiquette | +2 votes | 28 comments
Online bullying in the writing community is a growing menace and like a hydra-headed monster; it is continually rearing its ugly heads. Who is a bully and how can you identify them? What are their psychological make that makes them act the way they do? How do you handle them? This article will answer all these questions.
Published by A. Smith 70 months ago in Business Etiquette | +20 votes | 17 comments
Lately the business on the web has not always been within etiquette using legal and moral standing correctness. This summarizes the importance of authors composing original content for the purpose of permitting the well deserved honor to be kept where it rightfully belongs. Several business management skills are specifically directed to freelance writing.
Published by Roberta Baxter 71 months ago in Business Etiquette | +25 votes | 15 comments
Employee recognition day is rapidly approaching. Keep in mind that national employee recognition day is always observed the first Friday in March. This year employee recognition day is Friday, Mar 2, 2012. When employees are recognized and shown appreciation, they are most likely to go above and beyond job expectations, demonstrate loyalty, and experience increased job satisfaction. Hence, managers and supervisors you should mark your calendars for this date. Managers, how do you plan to celebr...
Published by Donata L. 71 months ago in Business Etiquette | +27 votes | 13 comments
A letter of resignation also called a notice to terminate employment--- is a formal letter that notifies a manager that his employee will be leaving the job and/or the company to pursue other career interest or whatever the case may be. The letter should be concise and respectful, depicting a positive tone overall.
Published by Donata L. 70 months ago in Business Etiquette | +26 votes | 12 comments
Many companies and office managers still find it necessary to use a live person to communicate via phone. In order to keep a good flow of communication between outside clients, vendors, and staff, managers employ competent secretaries, receptionist, and administrative assistants to receive their calls for them, and to also return messages when they are unable to. The most important thing to remember when writing a business message is to be sure that you accurately record pertinent information in...
Published by Donata L. 70 months ago in Business Etiquette | +19 votes | 9 comments
Easy to use guide for writing effective e-mails that get read and produce results.
Published by Rana Sinha 95 months ago in Business Etiquette | +14 votes | 9 comments
For business emails, inserting an effective email signature takes a message from ordinary and forgettable to professional and persuasive. The statement holds true regardless of the email program used.
Published by Christy Birmingham 73 months ago in Business Etiquette | +10 votes | 8 comments
Cross cultural etiquette is an important aspect of international business in the modern age. This article explores the etiquette one must keep in mind while visiting India.
Published by DeviPriya Maharana 80 months ago in Business Etiquette | +11 votes | 8 comments
Cultural mistakes while doing business with India can be a big handicap. The right attitude helps you form mutually beneficial relationships in spite of the many cultural mistakes you might make. Here are some do notÂ’s of business behaviour in India.
Published by Rana Sinha 90 months ago in Business Etiquette | +27 votes | 8 comments
How important it is to be on time for your job everyday.
Published by Kasandra & Robert Cherry 103 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 votes | 8 comments
What do you think about referencing? Do you use proper referencing? Are you claiming works that are not yours? Do your give proper accreditation as at when due? I believe the answers to these questions are right there before you. In this article, I have tried to answer all these questions and other issues surrounding when and how to properly use references for our write ups.
Published by A. Smith 70 months ago in Business Etiquette | +14 votes | 7 comments
In August of 2011 I engineered a second online business called Reader exchange where I advertise authors on my site. I linked it with my other affiliate accounts unrelated to Google as well as GoogleÂ’s affiliate accounts and my traffic went through the roof due to my networking and known sources of fellow authors looking for reasonably priced promotion packages. Most of my traffic comes from fellow authors and prospective readers.
Published by Knojiwriter 77 months ago in Business Etiquette | +10 votes | 7 comments
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Published by Knojiwriter 80 months ago in Business Etiquette | +12 votes | 7 comments
Whether it is our workplace or our home or a social gathering like a party we have to meet new people every day. This obviously calls for various sorts of formal introductions in order to make the surrounding atmosphere warm and comfortable for everybody. ‘Ignorance might be bliss’ but definitely not in the case of introducing people to each other. We usually have a tendency to forget names and designation of the people with whom we have to deal frequently.
Published by NEHA JOSHI 68 months ago in Business Etiquette | +4 votes | 6 comments
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