Saturday, September 19, 2015

Tabula Rosa Systems Product Of The Day - PacketViper - A GeoIP Product




One of Tabula Rosa's great and compelling new products is PacketViper, a GeoIP product. The following is a summary. 

Please contact Tabula Rosa, see details below, for more information!
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PacketViper - a point and click Geo IP (country) network filtering appliance. In just a few clicks of a mouse, block entire countries' networks from accessing your critical network infrastructure. Or, specify which countries may access specific ports on your network, while blocking other countries completely. Other unique features include: Real-time display of traffic accessing your network. Includes country of origin of traffic. Clickable logs display detailed information about an IP address or host such as location, domain, “whois” information, number of times accessing your network, and administrator's tools such as ping, traceroute, RBL match, and the ability to instantly block the network. Triggered traffic events send administrators email and text notifications, rate-limit an IP, or permanently ban an IP .Many more important features are also included.

Special Bulletin - My just released book, "You're Hired. Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes! (And Get That Job...) is now on sales at Amazon.com 

Landing your next job has as much to do with getting your email opened and read as it does with your qualifications.  Job searches don’t work the way they used to. Employers use email to weed out job candidates as they search for the perfect match.  Crafting effective, professional messages could make all the difference in securing your next position.
It’s all about the email.  If your email is not opened and read, you can’t get to the next phase of getting your dream job!  Read this book and in just 60 minutes you’ll know how to write better email. Learn to compose emails effectively and soon you’ll hear those magic words:  “You’re Hired!”
“Being able to provide candidates with tips for using email more effectively in their job search, is something our MRINetwork recruiters truly value. This edition of Netiquette IQ provides a self-evaluative approach to improving email communication at every level… It offers recruiters a reference guide for ensuring candidates present themselves in the best manner when communicating with clients. The power of these best practices is measurable, especially when top clients land Impact Players.” Scott Bass, Director of Marketing and Communications, MRINetwork® EXPERTS IN GLOBAL SEARCH

Paul Babicki is the founder and president of Tabula Rosa Systems (www.tabularosa.net), a company that sells network, security, email filtering as well as email grammar, tone and content software. Paul’s first book is “Netiquette IQ A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email.” Check out his popular blog at (http://NetiquetteIQ.blogspot.com)


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Great Netiquette To All!

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For a great email parody, view the following link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTgYHHKs0Zw&__scoop_post=bcaa0440-2548-11e5-c1bd-90b11c3d2b20&__scoop_topic=2455618
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**Important note** - contact our company for very powerful solutions for IP management (IPv4 and IPv6, security, firewall and APT solutions:

www.tabularosa.net

In addition to this blog, Netiquette IQ has a website with great assets which are being added to on a regular basis. I have authored the premiere book on Netiquette, “Netiquette IQ - A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email". . You can view my profile, reviews of the book and content excerpts at:

 www.amazon.com/author/paulbabicki

 If you would like to listen to experts in all aspects of Netiquette and communication, try my radio show on BlogtalkRadio  Additionally, I provide content for an online newsletter via paper.li. I have also established Netiquette discussion groups with Linkedin and Yahoo.  I am also a member of the International Business Etiquette and Protocol Group and Minding Manners among others. Further, I regularly consult for the Gerson Lehrman Group, a worldwide network of subject matter experts and have been a contributor to numerous blogs and publications. 

Lastly, I am the founder and president of Tabula Rosa Systems, a company that provides “best of breed” products for network, security and system management and services. Tabula Rosa has a new blog and Twitter site which offers great IT product information for virtually anyone.
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Friday, September 18, 2015

Don't Engage In Bad Netiquette On Purpose!


The article below is a great statement of a subtle lack of Netiquette. There are email users who are proud of their lack of Netiquette. This should not be a source of pride. There are other items beside the large inbox, which is the focus of the article. These include short emails, lack of any grammar and little formatting. Resist the temptation of Netiquette the faux pas, your readers will be happy!
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On The Count Of Three, Let's All Stop Comparing Our Unread Email Count
Call it a symptom of the "busy-bragging" epidemic -- we love to tell people how #stressed we are.

Katherine Brooks from thehuffingtonpost.com
Posted: 09/16/2015 12:23 PM EDT | Edited: 09/18/2015 02:22 PM EDT
"I have at least 300 unread emails in my inbox right now," an acquaintance of mine bemoaned over a glass of wine last week. I shuddered, imagining how bothered I'd be by that amount of unchecked surplus, and reached for the bottle. 
"Really? Last time I checked I was in the thousands," another friend countered, upping the ante pretty abruptly. "I know someone with literally 50,000 plus," somebody else cooed.
All of a sudden, I felt a real urge to spit out a bigger number. Why? Because I sensed we were competing for something. That little -- or rather, enormous -- number situated to the right of my envelope icon was taking on new meaning. To these people, to my friends, unread emails didn't symbolize being disorganized or incompetent. They symbolized being needed. They symbolized being in demand. They symbolized being important. They were, in effect, like a badge of honor.
But wait. A few months ago, the Internet was agog with anecdotes about inbox shame. There are two kinds of people in this world, a meme purported: those who maintain inbox level zero and those who let the unread emails mount to ridiculous heights. More than a few writersconfirmed the power of this viral dichotomy. Approximately half of us compulsively delete, sort and filter, taking pleasure in being in the gmail equivalent of the black, they said. The other half watch as the numbers rise, checking only the emails they deem necessary, letting the others fester like an open wound. 
The Atlantic's Joe Pinsker likened this curious meme to Muppet Theory, Slate writer Dahlia Lithwick's "Sesame Street" version of chaos theory. "Every one of us is either a Chaos Muppet or an Order Muppet," Lithwick claimed. While Order Muppets "tend to be neurotic, highly regimented, averse to surprises," their cousins, Chaos Muppets, are "out-of-control, emotional, volatile." Check the phone of a Chaos Muppet like Gonzo and you're likely to find unread emails abounding.
Writer Anna Breslaw took it further. "There are 'the 0 unread emails people,' and 'the 13,000 unread emails people,'" she reiterated in Elle, creating a system in which the "0 unread" people get to look down on the "13,000 unread" people. "This implies, obviously, that the 13k people are disorganized, forgetful, and easily overwhelmed," she added. This characterization, like Lithwick's indictment of the Chaos Muppet, is not kind.
Hence, the feeling of inbox shame.

Except, the "13,000 unread" are revolting. The "13,000 unread" no longer feel shame for their email neglect; instead, they feel pride. They are actually competing for who can reach a higher number of unread emails. Thirteen thousand? Pshaw. I have a colleague who boasts 87,006 unchecked bits of correspondence as of publication of this piece. A quick Twitter search surpassed even that.
Cultural commentators, though quick to sing the praises of the "0 unread" on the surface, have begun to come to the aid of the "13,000."
You see, keeping our inboxes clean involves a lot of multitasking, flitting from one duty (like, writing this article) to another (habitually checking my email every five minutes) with varying degrees of attention.
"Trying to do too many things at once makes people aggressive, impulsive and less sharp,"Sophie McBain wrote in The New Statesman. She cites research from neuroscientist David Levitin, "which suggests that simply noticing there’s a new email in your inbox while trying to concentrate on a different task reduces your IQ by 10 points." Ouch. 
"When someone drops everything just to get an unread count back to zero, productivity might be taking a hit," Pinsker emphasized. "The appeal of these behaviors lies in the illusion of progress that they foster," he added later. "Few tasks have a sense of conclusion as neat and immediate as archiving or deleting an email. For that reason, neurotically tidy people like me can't help but triage emails the moment they arrive."
Well, the Chaos Muppets have taken note. They are no longer ashamed of their indecorously messy email accounts. They are proud. A stack of unread emails means there are people out there who need your reply. A stack of unread emails means you're virtuously overworked. Call it a symptom of the "busy-bragging" epidemic. We love to tell people how #stressed we are, because it reveals some semblance of our status in the professional world. And unread emails represent an easy and quantifiable method of measuring that stress.
When I pressed my colleague -- who is certainly not your typical braggadocious type -- about her unread email queue, she said that her 87,006 number was a dark symbol of her inability to become organized. But then she added: "Sometimes I will brag [about it] in a party trick kind of way though."
What are we to do about this new trend of workplace swagger? Just as we grow tired of hearing our peers boast about their stress, I propose we side-eye any attempts to faux-complain about our unread email trove. The next time someone grumbles about their thousands of unkempt emails, resist the urge to compete. Continue sipping your wine and take refuge in the fact that we're all just Muppets trying to make our way in this Muppet world.




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For a great email parody, view the following link:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTgYHHKs0Zw&__scoop_post=bcaa0440-2548-11e5-c1bd-90b11c3d2b20&__scoop_topic=2455618



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Special Bulletin - My just released book, You're Hired. Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes! (And Get That Job...) is now on sales at Amazon.com

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**Important note** - contact our company for very powerful solutions for IP management (IPv4 and IPv6, security, firewall and APT solutions:

www.tabularosa.net

In addition to this blog, Netiquette IQ has a website with great assets which are being added to on a regular basis. I have authored the premiere book on Netiquette, “Netiquette IQ - A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email". My new book, “You’re Hired! Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes. . . And Get That Job!” will be published soon follow by a trilogy of books on Netiquette for young people. You can view my profile, reviews of the book and content excerpts at:

 www.amazon.com/author/paulbabicki

 If you would like to listen to experts in all aspects of Netiquette and communication, try my radio show on BlogtalkRadio  Additionally, I provide content for an online newsletter via paper.li. I have also established Netiquette discussion groups with Linkedin and Yahoo.  I am also a member of the International Business Etiquette and Protocol Group and Minding Manners among others. Further, I regularly consult for the Gerson Lehrman Group, a worldwide network of subject matter experts and have been a contributor to numerous blogs and publications. 

Lastly, I am the founder and president of Tabula Rosa Systems, a company that provides “best of breed” products for network, security and system management and services. Tabula Rosa has a new blog and Twitter site which offers great IT product information for virtually anyone.
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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Tabula Rosa Systems Blog Of 9/17/15 - Botnet Sinkholes And The Best Solution


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Botnet sinkhole from techterms.com
A botnet sinkhole is a target machine used by researchers to gather information about a particular Botnet sinkhole botnet.

Sinkholing is the redirection of traffic from its original destination to one specified by the sinkhole owners. The altered destination is known as the sinkhole. (The name is a reference to a physical sinkhole, into which items apparently disappear.) 

Sinkholes can be used for good or ill intent. Most commonly, sinkholes are used to redirect zombies in a botnet to specified research machines to capture data about them.

In a centralized botnet, sinkholing is straightforward. The discovery of a C&C (command and control) server makes it possible to redirect DNS requests for that server to a law enforcement computer or other analyzing machine. The specially configured DNS server can simply route the requests of the bots to a faked C&C server, where the requests provide information to researchers about the nature of the botnet. To establish this type of botnet sinkhole, researchers need the cooperation of the owner of the DNS used by the botnet, as well as knowledge of the botnet and its C&C server.

Since there is no C&C server in a decentralized or P2P botnet (peer-to-peer botnet), the researcher has to detect its method of picking up owner commands before any attempt can be made to block or analyze the botnet's communication.

Other methods used to effectively sinkhole botnet DDoS (distributed denial of service) traffic include locally rerouting traffic through changes via Windows updates or to a hosts file.

Tabula Rosa Systems currently sells the security industry's premiere Botnet product, Attivo Networks. Please content our company, below for more information, a WebEx or a trial.
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**Important note** - contact our sister company for very powerful solutions for IP management (IPv4 and IPv6), security, firewall and APT solutions:

www.tabularosa.net

In addition to this blog, Netiquette IQ has a website with great assets which are being added to on a regular basis. I have authored the premiere book on Netiquette, “Netiquette IQ - A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email". My new book, “You’re Hired! Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes. . . And Get That Job!” will be published soon follow by a trilogy of books on Netiquette for young people. You can view my profile, reviews of the book and content excerpts at:

 www.amazon.com/author/paulbabicki

 If you would like to listen to experts in all aspects of Netiquette and communication, try my radio show on BlogtalkRadio  Additionally, I provide content for an online newsletter via paper.li. I have also established Netiquette discussion groups with Linkedin and Yahoo.  I am also a member of the International Business Etiquette and Protocol Group and Minding Manners among others. Further, I regularly consult for the Gerson Lehrman Group, a worldwide network of subject matter experts and have been a contributor to numerous blogs and publications. 

Lastly, I am the founder and president of Tabula Rosa Systems, a company that provides “best of breed” products for network, security and system management and services. Tabula Rosa has a new blog and Twitter site which offers great IT product information for virtually anyone.
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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Tabula Rosa Alert - Vulnerability Summary for the Week of September 7, 2015

National Cyber Awareness System:
09/14/2015 06:24 AM EDT

Original release date: September 14, 2015
The US-CERT Cyber Security Bulletin provides a summary of new vulnerabilities that have been recorded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Vulnerability Database (NVD) in the past week. The NVD is sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) / United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT). For modified or updated entries, please visit the NVD, which contains historical vulnerability information.

For a great email parody, view the following link:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTgYHHKs0Zw&__scoop_post=bcaa0440-2548-11e5-c1bd-90b11c3d2b20&__scoop_topic=2455618



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Special Bulletin - My just released book, "You're Hired. Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes! (And Get That Job...) is now on sales at Amazon.com

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**Important note** - contact our company for very powerful solutions for IP management (IPv4 and IPv6, security, firewall and APT solutions:

www.tabularosa.net

In addition to this blog, Netiquette IQ has a website with great assets which are being added to on a regular basis. I have authored the premiere book on Netiquette, “Netiquette IQ - A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email". My new book, “You’re Hired! Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes. . . And Get That Job!” will be published soon follow by a trilogy of books on Netiquette for young people. You can view my profile, reviews of the book and content excerpts at:

 www.amazon.com/author/paulbabicki

 If you would like to listen to experts in all aspects of Netiquette and communication, try my radio show on BlogtalkRadio  Additionally, I provide content for an online newsletter via paper.li. I have also established Netiquette discussion groups with Linkedin and Yahoo.  I am also a member of the International Business Etiquette and Protocol Group and Minding Manners among others. Further, I regularly consult for the Gerson Lehrman Group, a worldwide network of subject matter experts and have been a contributor to numerous blogs and publications. 

Lastly, I am the founder and president of Tabula Rosa Systems, a company that provides “best of breed” products for network, security and system management and services. Tabula Rosa has a new blog and Twitter site which offers great IT product information for virtually anyone.
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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Core Examples Of Good Subject Fields



Subject Fields

The Subject field is your entry to your next job opportunity. If your email is not opened, you will not be able to go any further. Recent sources indicate that almost 70 percent of email users report emails as spam based on the content of the subject line alone. The Subject field is a crucial component to getting your email and résumé read. The following is a list of points to stick to when composing subject lines to assist any sender in maximizing the success rate of getting their emails opened. Keep in mind that some emails will have more mistakes than they do words!

1.       Keep the length between three and nine words.
2.       Never leave a subject line blank. This cannot be emphasized enough.
3.       Avoid overused buzz words (see the matrix later in this chapter for a list of the most common ones).
4.       Do not use question marks or exclamation marks unless they are necessary, as readers may take them as red flags for spam.
5.       Avoid spam triggers.
6.       Refrain from using emoticons altogether.
7.       Use a recipient’s company logo to add to a subject field.
8.       Do not abbreviate a word unless the shortened one is very well known and accepted in formal contexts.
9.       Always use a positive tone. Good tone generates trust. Even a short phrase used in a Subject field can convey a negative tone. An example is, “Haven’t heard from you.”
10.    Do not use imperatives. One would be, “Call me now!”
11.    Do not use a Subject line to write a salutation such as “My valued recruiter” or a similar phrase.

Subject fields are a key, if not the most critical, part ofemail. Almost anything negative in the content can result in the message being discarded. Similarly, but not always, even the most wildly enthusiastic content can serve to have the correspondence opened. Nonetheless, the more conservative approaches are usually the best ways to begin. There are suggestions within this book for less conventional methods when the basic core methods are not successful. Utilize these properly, and you will get more opened emails, interviews, and job offers!
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For a great email parody, view the following link:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTgYHHKs0Zw&__scoop_post=bcaa0440-2548-11e5-c1bd-90b11c3d2b20&__scoop_topic=2455618



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Special Bulletin - My just released book, You're Hired. Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes! (And Get That Job...) is now on sales at Amazon.com

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**Important note** - contact our company for very powerful solutions for IP management (IPv4 and IPv6, security, firewall and APT solutions:

www.tabularosa.net

In addition to this blog, Netiquette IQ has a website with great assets which are being added to on a regular basis. I have authored the premiere book on Netiquette, “Netiquette IQ - A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email". My new book, “You’re Hired! Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes. . . And Get That Job!” will be published soon follow by a trilogy of books on Netiquette for young people. You can view my profile, reviews of the book and content excerpts at:

 www.amazon.com/author/paulbabicki

 If you would like to listen to experts in all aspects of Netiquette and communication, try my radio show on BlogtalkRadio  Additionally, I provide content for an online newsletter via paper.li. I have also established Netiquette discussion groups with Linkedin and Yahoo.  I am also a member of the International Business Etiquette and Protocol Group and Minding Manners among others. Further, I regularly consult for the Gerson Lehrman Group, a worldwide network of subject matter experts and have been a contributor to numerous blogs and publications. 

Lastly, I am the founder and president of Tabula Rosa Systems, a company that provides “best of breed” products for network, security and system management and services. Tabula Rosa has a new blog and Twitter site which offers great IT product information for virtually anyone.
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Monday, September 14, 2015

Netiquette IQ - Real Rules of Business Email Netiquette - Via Tabula Rosa Systems


The following is an excerpt from my book "You're Hired" . See the detail later in this blog or on Amazon. Many articles feature very basic Netiquette principles, but these rules are far more Advanced. I hope you will enjoy it (and the book!)

Core Rules of Business Email Netiquette

“Well begun is half done.”
—Aristotle
 Most sets of Netiquette lists of dos and don’ts scattered on the Internet provide very basic information (we can think of it as Netiquette 101). While this can benefit kids and adolescents, job seekers require more depth and advanced information. Here is a set of rules that will, I trust, provide the type of information to gain an edge.

1.       Keep the subject line pertinent. Pique the reader’s interest in opening the email.
2.       Stay succinct. Do not assume your email will be given more than ten seconds’ review.
3.       Be clear. Check for bad grammar, format, and tone and weak, overused words.
4.       Be ethical and genuine. Your tone usually comes across clearly and can be a deciding factor in your connection and goals.
5.       Speak to the addressee. Do all you can to assure that you are not speaking under or over the business-language level of your recipient.
6.       Watch out for a knowledge gap. Don’t assume that recipients have the same knowledge about your product or service that you do. After you’ve captured their interest and reached the additional-information stage, try offering a step-by-step walk-through of whatever you’re marketing in order to help the reader understand what you are trying to say.
7.       Write business emails as letters, not as ads. In the B2B (business-to-business) world, a forthright communication written in letter format is much more effective than an email that appears like an ad.
8.       Assume that your email will be read by others. Do not be critical; be positive and praiseworthy. Include important information to assist others who may not be as knowledgeable about what you are offering, especially when it comes to costs. Keep in mind the varying levels of familiarity of all readers who may open your email.
9.       Have a complete signature block. It should include your name, title, company, phones, fax, email, and URL links. People should not be limited in how they can contact you for more information.
10.    Select good times to send your email. Do not send emails during late hours, weekends, holidays, or the prime business times of the recipient.
11.    Use the viewing pane as a potential for getting attention. It can make the crucial difference in having your email opened.
12.    Never try to use a shared demographic (e.g., nationality) as an advantage. More often than not, this will decrease respect for you. Human resources and hiring people are bound by law not to discriminate.

For a great email parody, view the following link:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTgYHHKs0Zw&__scoop_post=bcaa0440-2548-11e5-c1bd-90b11c3d2b20&__scoop_topic=2455618



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Special Bulletin - My just released book, "You're Hired. Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes! (And Get That Job...) is now on sales at Amazon.com

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**Important note** - contact our company for very powerful solutions for IP management (IPv4 and IPv6, security, firewall and APT solutions:

www.tabularosa.net

In addition to this blog, Netiquette IQ has a website with great assets which are being added to on a regular basis. I have authored the premiere book on Netiquette, “Netiquette IQ - A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email". My new book, “You’re Hired! Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes. . . And Get That Job!” will be published soon follow by a trilogy of books on Netiquette for young people. You can view my profile, reviews of the book and content excerpts at:

 www.amazon.com/author/paulbabicki

 If you would like to listen to experts in all aspects of Netiquette and communication, try my radio show on BlogtalkRadio  Additionally, I provide content for an online newsletter via paper.li. I have also established Netiquette discussion groups with Linkedin and Yahoo.  I am also a member of the International Business Etiquette and Protocol Group and Minding Manners among others. Further, I regularly consult for the Gerson Lehrman Group, a worldwide network of subject matter experts and have been a contributor to numerous blogs and publications. 

Lastly, I am the founder and president of Tabula Rosa Systems, a company that provides “best of breed” products for network, security and system management and services. Tabula Rosa has a new blog and Twitter site which offers great IT product information for virtually anyone.
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Netiquette IQ - Attention Job Hunters - Don’t Send the Same Email the Second and Third Times!

 
The following blog is an excerpt from my new book, "You're Hired" as noted below. If you are looking for employment, this book is highly recommenced.


As Albert Einstein is attributed to have said, Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

 Don’t Send the Same Email the Second and Third Times

An initial email is best written in a conservative style without any Netiquette errors. If this approach does not achieve results, then a second or third message with some moderate adjustments is certainly in order.


During the first two to eight seconds of looking at an email, a reader decides if he or she has an interest in reading further. People initially look at/for the following:
1.    Subject line
2.    Page layout
3.    Keywords
4.    Salutation (when quickly scanning the email)
5.    Qualifications (when quickly scanning the email)
6.    Signature (when quickly scanning the email)
7.    Viewing pane of the first sentence or two of the message (if available)
Let’s assume you’ve passed the first phase and want to know what comes next. In the following twenty to fifty-five seconds, the recruiter/hiring manager looks for the following:
1.    Special qualifications
2.    Tone/politeness
3.    Readability
4.    Believability
5.    Clarity
6.    Whether you meet/exceed qualifications
7.    Weaknesses of any kind
8.    Possible contradictions in content
You passed again? You are now in the elite percentage of job applicants applying by email. Your attachment (résumé or CV) is opened. Going by the consistent assumption that your email will reach this stage, consider whether your content does the following:
1.    Does your content match your email description? Make sure your résumé or CV delivers accurate information.
2.    Do you include an easy means to contact you electronically or by phone?
3.    Are your messages or calls forwarded to an alternate means of contact, if he or she is unavailable? This is strongly desirable—there may be a one-time opportunity where a recruiter or hiring manager is looking to immediately fill a position or is impressed with your qualifications.
Using the following matrix, you’ll know when it is time to follow up. Once you make contact and the correspondence has begun, make sure you continue to use good Netiquette! If interviews are scheduled, send any emails that follow using all of the best Netiquette principles.

















For a great email parody, view the following link:
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTgYHHKs0Zw&__scoop_post=bcaa0440-2548-11e5-c1bd-90b11c3d2b20&__scoop_topic=2455618



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Special Bulletin - My just released book, "You're Hired. Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes! (And Get That Job...) is now on sales at Amazon.com

================================================
**Important note** - contact our company for very powerful solutions for IP management (IPv4 and IPv6, security, firewall and APT solutions:

www.tabularosa.net

In addition to this blog, Netiquette IQ has a website with great assets which are being added to on a regular basis. I have authored the premiere book on Netiquette, “Netiquette IQ - A Comprehensive Guide to Improve, Enhance and Add Power to Your Email". My new book, “You’re Hired! Super Charge Your Email Skills in 60 Minutes. . . And Get That Job!” will be published soon follow by a trilogy of books on Netiquette for young people. You can view my profile, reviews of the book and content excerpts at:

 www.amazon.com/author/paulbabicki

 If you would like to listen to experts in all aspects of Netiquette and communication, try my radio show on BlogtalkRadio  Additionally, I provide content for an online newsletter via paper.li. I have also established Netiquette discussion groups with Linkedin and Yahoo.  I am also a member of the International Business Etiquette and Protocol Group and Minding Manners among others. Further, I regularly consult for the Gerson Lehrman Group, a worldwide network of subject matter experts and have been a contributor to numerous blogs and publications. 

Lastly, I am the founder and president of Tabula Rosa Systems, a company that provides “best of breed” products for network, security and system management and services. Tabula Rosa has a new blog and Twitter site which offers great IT product information for virtually anyone.
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