Reading notes: 14

April 27, 2010 jessicateal1

In chapter 14 of Public Relations Writing & Media Techniques, we discussed writing E-mail, memos and proposals.  This chapter interested me because it these are task I feel I will use a lot in the professional world.  Sometimes if I feel like sending to many e-mails or unprofessional memos or proposals can make you look bad.  This chapter goes in-depth about how and why you should send E-mails, memos, and proposals.  This chapter also have percentages of how often PR professionals get e-mails and this surprized me at over 50 a day.  Also, something I found interesting was why you should choice a proposal or a memo and vice versa.

Interesting facts I Found in this chapter:

  • Bad news should come face-to-face
  • A former letter is not the most effective way to respond to a complaint letter
  • A memo can be sent in print or E-mail
  • Any type of letter should have a written record
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