Who writes letters anymore? That
depends upon your definition of a letter. Traditionally we
think of a letters as something written on a sheet of paper,
folded into an envelope, sealed, stamped and placed in the
Along came the fax, and while
the mode of delivery changed, the layout and style did not.
Today we often substitute electronic communications for the
hand written or typed letter, but does this mean the guiding
principles of letter writing should be discarded? Probably
Today more than ever,
clearly-written, gramatically-correct, letters are still
needed. When you need to persuade a colleague, affirm an
employee, enlighten a customer, collect a debt, deliver bad
news, or communicate important information, the letter is
still your best bet. You can write the letter yourself, but
sometimes you may need the help of a professional.
The next time you have have some
important information you have to convey, or you want to
create just the right tome to persuade someone to do
something, give me a call. I have written hundreds of letters
for other peoples' signature. I craft each one to achieve a
client's specific objective. Let me help with yours.
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