Brooke B. Sellas

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  • ThumbnailPing, pang, POOM! What’s that? The sound of some exotic Vegas slot machine?

    No. Sadly, that’s the sound of the gah-bah-gillions (made up number that’s REALLY BIG) of emails hitting my inbox.

    I spend way too […]

    • Hey Brooke,
      Business emails can be well written if we use the right tools.

      Grammarly is also one of my favorite tools because its so precise and comes handy as a proofreader.

      There is a specific tool for every act in email writing, however we all must be conscious to the fact that “actionable emails” makes an impact.

      Therefore, the content must be valuable first and we must employ tools that gives us better user experience.

      Apart from Grammarly, I have not used any of other 4 tools discussed here but would take time to try them. Thanks for sharing these details!

    • Hi Brooke,

      Useful tools shared here for create business emails. I used Aweber and Grammarly, both really awesome but here I found some new tools like Wisestamp, Spam Analyse, etc.

      Your entire post is bunch of useful information for newbies or technical writers who desired to create business email. Thanks for sharing valuable stuff with kinggers.

    • Hey Brooke,
      Its good I stumbled upon this piece. The tools discussed here are indeed helpful for creating better business emails.

      I sure would take advantage of them as I am new to almost all.

      Wisestamp is the tool that has caught my attention more than the others. I am going to checkout how it works to make my email campaign actionable.

      It seems like a tool that dangles some levels of professionalism. Thanks for your recommendations!

    • Hi Brooke,

      Who won’t be interested in knowing how to write better business emails? I think everyone will be interested, since it’s harder now than ever to grab the interest of readers.

      The stats you provided of an average office worker sending or receiving 121 emails a day is surprising, that’s a lot of emails! That’s even more reason why learning to write better business emails is important.

      Everyone seems to be talking about Grammarly these days. I had always felt I didn’t need it but maybe it’s time to take a look at it. Thanks for the reminder.

      As for the other tools, I haven’t heard of them, particularly Toneapi. I am not sure how or whether it works as claimed but if it really gives subscribers the ability to analyze content for emotional connections while also helping to improve tone, it’s worth taking a look at.

      Thanks for writing about these tools.

    • Hey Brooke,
      To achieve better emails it becomes necessary to adopt a proactive approach.

      Every marketer understands that business emails, if strategically planned, will help a business achieve rapid growth.

      Yes, the tools to write better business emails as shared in this post are in order.

      However, I want to add that some tools are business-specific hence every business must study any tool that readily meets with its strategy.

      As a general rule, email marketers need tools that will effectively help them write better emails, monitor clicks and track conversion.

      Grammarly is cool!

    • Hello Brooke,

      Yes, it is important to write better emails. I get a lot of junk email. So, I have definitely learned what not to do. These are some great tools to use. A couple of them I already knew about but several I had never heard of before. I am going to have to try them out.

      Thanks for sharing this with us!

    • Hi Brooke,

      Excellent post. I spend quite some time in my inbox, too. 

      There’s definitely an urgency to improve our business emails because if something does not interest me, I hit delete right away based on the subject line.

      These tools are great, I use the first two of them and love them. The other 3 we’re new, so thank you! 

      Grammarly has become one of my favorite tools and even wrote about it before. It’s just thát good. Hate sending an email with a critical grammar error in it! 

      So cool you mentioned Wisestamp. Just bought it this weekend through an Appsumo deal. Definitely makes my signature look professional and I love the endless options. 

      Just not sorry is new to me, how cool is that! Sometimes it’s smart to tactically say something like “Maybe it’s just me, but…” and then throw in something that would otherwise put people off, but in most cases it’s important to stay within the expert role. 

      I’m going to use Spam Analyze with my next email. Aweber has one within it’s software but it’s far from perfect.

      I usually use Hemingway to test my readability but that’s a neat tool! 

      Toneapi seems amazing, but it’s a substantial investment. I’ll have to read some more about it.

      Thank you for sharing, Brooke. Such a value packed post 🙂

      Have a great day.

      – Jasper

    • Hello Brooke,

      I for one loved all 5 tips you shared here today, there was only one of them that I heard about before, but I have never used it.

      Perhaps like Gary stated above, I should give Grammarly a try as I could always use a handy proofreader. LOL

      I also like the sounds of this Spam Analyse, Yeppers I am off to check this one out right now..

      Thanks for the great share
      Chery :))

    • HonWai replied 1 year ago

      Hi Brooke, thank you so much for sharing these tools, and I really like the tools Wisestamp, Just Not Sorry, Readability Test Tool.

      I’m not a native English speaker, so I may feel not confident while writing emails sometimes. I’ll always read the email I just wrote a few times before sending it, just to make sure everything is fine.

      The plugin Just Not Sorry and Readability Test Tool would really help me a lot. Thanks!

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