Netiquette, as most of you readers know, extends to any electronic communications. One of the most critical forms of business email is that of the employment candidate. Below is a list of Netiquette essential for the job seeker. If you have any to add, your thoughts are welcome might be cited in my soon to be published book, noted below.
1. Be mindful of core Netiquette and email etiquette practices
2. Keywords, keywords and more keywords
3. Note specific accomplishments rather than day to day tasks
4. Include links to positive on-line presence
5. Provide a section for additional accomplishments, not “references available”
6. Make use of all available tools for creating, editing and validating
7. Omit personal opinions
8. Eliminate overused phrases such as “Basic Objectives” or “Career Goals”
9. Embrace polite persistence and include processes for follow-up and maintain a consistent tone
10. Research the competition – how can you beat them
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