The actual words we use make up for very little of the way we communicate, so it's easy to say the "wrong" thing or come across as impolite in an email. What are your rules of email etiquette that keep you communicating effectively when you can't talk face-to-face?
Of course, there is no single set of rules that always apply in every situation. Writing emails for work and an email to people in your life are two very different situations. But there ought to be some general rules for talking to humans. None of us like being treated poorly, after all. Young Entrepeneur outlines quite a few, from not forwarding chain letters to using B/CC properly to watching your attitude — all of which seem like good, reasonable rules to follow. What are yours?
12 Golden Rules of Email Etiquette [Young Entrepeneur]