For a long time,Tech Support email Writing Exposed! Articles I have been noticing the –sometimes appalling–
way that people write emails. Too many do not bother to check
their writing before sending out their emails. We see that in
personal emails, business emails and on internet forums.
The worst offenders being sales letters that are full of errors!
And, more and more, we see this sloppiness in the correspondence
of tech support groups who are front end customer service
Too common in the virtual office:
Ok, small typos are understandable. We all make them. But BIG
typos, one after another, along the whole string of
e-conversations can be very unpleasant to say the least, and do
not express a demonstration of customer appreciation nor
Imagine standing in a real time face-to-face discussion and the
person you’re conversing with stumbles at every other word,
stringing together a couple of words at regular intervals,
skipping pronouns and endings, and leaving off whole consonants
… and you had to put up with several of these communicators in
your place of business within the inter-personal activities of
management, customers and suppliers day after day.
How would that feel? What would it say about those people you’re
Well, this happens all the time in the virtual office!
Hard to take in Customer Service:
And it covers all spectra of email correspondents. But I wrote a
report that covers specifically the writing of those in the
profession of tech support who are as I already mentioned,
front-end customer service representatives.
Just recently, I’ve come across a whole number of these
e-communications while working with several technical support
groups at various e-service establishments. These are
million-dollar outfits. And I’m one of their *treasured*
I show an on-going dialogue on an issue where, after several email
exchanges, the tech support person ‘suddenly’ realized that I
‘was an affiliate’ and therefore had been giving me the wrong
information all along — but I had told him right at the top that
I *was* an affiliate.
Sends the wrong message:
And of course there are the bad spelling and grammar items in all
of these correspondence matters. Howbeit not reserved for tech
support people only. But certainly shared by them as well.
As some experts have said, poor spelling and grammar show a lack
of attention and sends the wrong message about how people do
There are more examples of tech support emails in my full Report.
Like the two totally different answers to the same question that
came from two tech support people from the same tech support
And the one where the tech support person totally lost the issue
at hand, after several emails, and apologized profusely to the
customer for “misreading” her email when, in fact, he hadn’t!
3 Steps to Better Email Writing:
And, of course, all that happening with a good doze of typos.
The Report shows it like it is, but also provides solutions in
a simple 3-Steps to Better Email https://technoscriptz.com/ Writing discussions, and some
links to excellent web sites on the subject loaded with articles
Read the full, no-cost, no-obligation, 12-page Report which
includes 3 Steps to Better Email Writing at
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