In this practical English writing lesson, you will learn some of the most common email phrases you can use to sound professional. If you work in any type of business environment, there’s a good chance that you use email on a regular basis. However, many people aren’t familiar or comfortable with the formality or informality of email communication. I will teach you a wide range of business email vocabulary, phrases, and sentences often used by native English speakers. Here are some examples: “as discussed”, “to follow up on our previous discussion”, “this is to inform you that...”, “Thanks for the update”, “Thanks for looking into that”, “Thanks for following up”, “I’ll get back to you”, “Keep me posted”, and many more. This is an essential lesson that will help you write like a professional in almost any workplace. Make sure you understand it by taking the quiz at https://www.engvid.com/how-to-write-professional-emails-in-english/ Now it's time to continue improving your writing with these videos: 1. 15 cause and effect POWER VERBS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaBCiio8XZs&list=PLrPhmmx5j5b-AjltXcrLI4iiqF7lsj_P8&index=5 2. Infinitives of Purpose: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPmjYD6Qi5I&list=PLrPhmmx5j5b-AjltXcrLI4iiqF7lsj_P8&index=9 TRANSCRIPT Oh, there's free cake in the staff room? Thanks for letting me know. See you there. Yeah, free cake. All right. Hey, everyone. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on writing a business or professional email in English. Now, this is useful for those of you who are just starting a corporate job, or if you are looking to work in an English environment where emails are constant. So, I use my email every day. I can tell you 100% that I have used all of these at one point or another in my emailing career, we'll say. So, I've sent thousands of emails, and I've used all of these. So, these are phrases that you can use in internal emails between yourself and your colleagues, or between yourself and someone who works with your company. So, maybe you know someone who is selling, you know, technology to your company, like printers or computers; maybe there's someone who supplies paper for your company and you have to interact with them, so you can use these phrases and expressions with them. All right? So, first we'll start with the greeting. We have: "Hello", "Hi", "Hey, Steve". Steve - these are all for Steve. So, you notice... If you're wondering: "Why didn't you put 'Dear'? Why didn't you put 'To whom it may concern'?" You could still use those. I guess it depends on your own personal comfort with formality. Having worked, like, you know, in Canada and exchanging emails with people in the United States, most people are comfortable with a "Hello" or a "Hi". Only use a "Hey" for someone you know. So, these are in level of formality. Of these three, "Hello" would be the most formal; "Hi" would be very neutral; and "Hey" is a very familiar, very informal, so only use this with people you know well or that you have a good professional relationship with. Next... All right, so one thing you might do in an email is to introduce a new topic or to inform someone of something; maybe not just one person, maybe a group of people, maybe a whole department. So, for example: "This is to inform you that..." Very general. So, maybe someone has received a promotion in your company. This is something you might see from your boss; or if you are a boss or a manager, you might send this to your team. "This is to inform you that", you know... Let's say Rosa; you have an employee named Rosa. "This is to inform you that Rosa has been promoted to the position of..." Okay? So you're giving information to your team. This one: "Just to let you know"... Now, this is very informal. So, only send this to people you know well, people within your company, maybe a friend in the company. So: "Just to let you know" is a much more informal, casual way that you can use in an email, instead of: "This is to inform you that..." Okay? So, for example: "Hey. Just to let you know, I'm not here on Friday. Please see me if you need anything from me before Friday." Okay? Also, you're introducing a topic, or informing your company, or someone of something, so: "Hey, Steve. Good news!", "Hey, Steve. Bad news.", "Hey, Steve. I've got good news.", "I've got bad news." Now, you notice, here, I used an exclamation after "Good news", you know, it's a good idea to make it seem exciting, so: "Good news! You know, I just got promoted." Okay? Or: "Good news! I'm getting a raise." Okay? Something like this. "Bad news. We're not getting pizza for free today.", "Bad news. I can't make lunch, sorry." Okay? "I can't make lunch." It doesn't mean you're creating lunch, you're making lunch; it means: "I can't go to lunch with you." Okay? So, you have: "This is to inform you that...", "Just to let you know...", "Good news!", "Bad news.", "I've got good news.", "I've got bad news." Okay? […]
Get your Domain here: https://websitelearners.com/get/domain Watch our UPDATED tutorial here ➜ https://youtu.be/zElSfosZ48o How to create a website (compatible with business email): https://youtu.be/YWA-xbsJrVg This video shows you the simplest way to create a business email (using just your domain) and set it up with Gmail. Timestamp: 00:00 - Create a business email address on your domain 10:43 - Create multiple business email addresses on your domain 14:28 - Create a group email address Let’s get started! ===== Creating your 1st Business Email ===== Step 1: Login to your Domain Provider’s Website If you already have a domain, then login to your domain provider’s website. If not, you can get a domain easily by clicking here ➜ https://websitelearners.com/get/domain Step 2: Enable Email Forwarding This will forward all the mails coming to your business email address to Gmail. To enable email forwarding, setup your workspace email. Then create a forward by clicking manage. Now, enter the business email that you want to create. For Example, you can enter something like email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Then enter an existing gmail address to which you want to forward the mails to! Step 3: Create your Zoho-Mail Account What is Zoho and Why are we using it? Zoho is a free email service which handles the sending of emails from our domain. By using Zoho, we can avoid paying separately for our business email. To create a Zoho account: Go to http://zoho.com/mail and sign-up for the free plan. Step 4: Verify our domain. Continue the setup by choosing your DNS provider. Next, you need to enter the details shown in Zoho, to your Domain Provider’s DNS page. So just, go to Godaddy and then under domains, click Manage DNS. Then, add the details from Zoho. After adding it, click verify your domain and proceed with the setup. Skip to the SPF (Sender Policy Framework) page where you need to again enter the details to GoDaddy. Once you’re done, then again skip the pages till you reach the Mail Client Configuration. Step 5: Connect your Zoho account with Gmail Next, login to Gmail and then go to settings. Click Accounts & Import and then click add another email address. Now enter the new email address and also the “From” name that you want to use. Then, Gmail will ask you for server details, so you need to go back to Zoho and copy the details from the outgoing server and then paste it in the box. In the username field, enter the business email address and then enter the same password, that you used in Zoho. Now, use the confirmation code to verify your account. Okay! Now, the Zoho account has been connected to Gmail. Now, if you click compose and then click the arrow in the “From” field, you’ll see the new email address. Now, let’s set this as the default email address. To do that: Go back to settings and then to Accounts & Import. Next to your new email address, click make default. That’s it! This is how you can create a free business email id and use it with Gmail. ===== Creating more emails on your domain ===== Step 1: Create an Email Forward in GoDaddy Go to GoDaddy and under workspace email click manage. Then create a forward. Enter the email id’s that you want to create and then type the existing Gmail address to which you want to forward the incoming mails to! Step 2: Create a new user in Zoho Go to http://mail.zoho.com and then go to the control panel. You’ll then see a notice saying action required! Don’t worry about it, just continue by clicking okay! and go to user details to add a new user. Step 3: Add the email to the User’s Gmail account Login to Gmail and then go into settings and click Accounts & Import. Next to send email as click add another email address. Now, enter the “From” name and the same email address here and click next. Set the server details as smtp.zoho.com including the port as 465. Then enter the full email address with the same password that you used in Zoho. Then add this account by entering the confirmation code. That’s it! Now, when you’re composing a mail, you can select the new email address by clicking the arrow in the From section. You can follow these 3 simple steps, for every new email address that you want to create. You can add up to 25 users for free on Zoho. ===== Creating a Group Email ===== Now, a group email helps you send an email to a group of people in your team with addresses like email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Creating a group email is very simple: Just go to your GoDaddy account and click create forward. Now enter the group email that you want to create and then enter the email addresses of all the people to whom you want to forward the mails to. That’s it! We’re done. This is how you can email all your team members at once, using Group Email. If this video has helped you, make sure that you hit the like button and also share this video with your friends who might need a business email.
Check price of your domain here ➜ https://websitelearners.com/get/domainEmail Make a Website (compatible with business email) ➜ https://youtu.be/YWA-xbsJrVg After creating the website, you can follow the steps shown on this video to create your business email. Both the website & email will work together. In this video, we show you, how you can create your Business Email Address for Free. So instead of using a regular gmail address like this one, email@example.com, you’ll be able to use an email address like firstname.lastname@example.org, which looks a lot more professional. This means, you’ll be able to send or receive emails using addresses like email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. After you create your business email, we’ll see, how you can connect it with your gmail inbox so that everything can be managed in one place. So, Let’s Start. You’ll be able to create your business email, in just 5 steps (with timestamps): 1. Login to Godaddy - 1:08 2. Create an Email Forward - 1:40 3. Check the DNS Settings - 2:55 4. Setup an account on SMTP2go - 7:09 5. Add the SMTP details to Gmail - 7:43 Bonus: Remove the “Sent Via” Message - 12:05 STEP 1: Login to Godaddy Go to godaddy and sign into your account. After signing-in, click “My Products.” STEP 2: Create an Email Forward By creating an email forward, you’ll be able to forward all the mails coming to your business email to your gmail inbox. To create a forward, Click “Additional Products” and then click “Redeem” You can now create a forward, by clicking “Create Forward” and then enter the business email address that you want to create. It can be “email@example.com” So just enter it and then you need to enter your gmail address to which you want to forward your emails to, and click ‘create’ STEP 3: Check the DNS Settings To check DNS, go to “tools” and click “server settings” You’ll now see an error message saying, “No MX records were found” This means, the forward which you just created, will not work. To fix this, you need to go to your DNS settings page. Note: Now, if you’ve got your hosting with someone else other than Godaddy, then you need to go there. So, you can login-into your account and go to DNS and add the correct server settings. After you’ve done it, you can refresh your “server settings” page to check, if everything is correct. Once you get the confirmation, it means that the forward will work. But, you'll not be able to send emails from your business email. You would need an SMTP server from smtp2go. STEP 4: Setup an account on smtp2go Go to: https://smtp2go.com and click “Try for free” Now create your account and then you’ll reach a page where you’ll get a username and password. So, you need to enter this in gmail. Hence, you can proceed to the final step. STEP 5: Add the SMTP details to Gmail By doing this, you’ll be able to send emails from the business email address, using gmail. To add the details: Go to your gmail account and then go to ‘settings’ ➜ Click ‘Accounts and Import’ ➜ Then click ‘Add another email address’ You’ll then see a new window. Now, you need to choose a “from name” This is the name that will appear in your emails. So, you can keep any name you want and then enter your business email in the ‘email address’ box and click ‘next’ It will then ask you for a username and password. So, to enter it, you can go smtp2go and copy & paste the username and password. For entering the smtp server details, you need to click ‘finish’ in the smtp2go page and then copy the smtp server details and paste it in the box. Also, enter the port as “25” and click ‘add account’ Now, you’ll get a verification code. So, just go to your gmail inbox and open the mail you’ve received. Now, copy the code and paste it in the box and click ‘verify’ That’s it! Your business email address is added. Now, you can compose a new mail and see, if it’s working. So, when you’re composing a mail, you can change the ‘from address’ by clicking the “down arrow” and then choosing the email address that you want to send emails from. So, when you test it, you’ll see that the mails are being sent from your business email address. But, there will be an extra message called “via smtpservice.net” So next, we’ll remove this ‘sent via’ message from our emails. That’s it! This is how you can create your business email for free.
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Learn How to Setup Your Business Email in Gmail. If you’re fed up with having to constantly switch between your business email account and you’re Gmail account this video is for you. In this tutorial I am going to show you how to manage all your emails directly from your Gmail account in three simple steps: In step 1 you will find out how to forward your business email to your Gmail account In step 2, I will show you how to add your business email to your Gmail account And in step 3, I’ll bring it all together and show you how to respond to your clients directly from Gmail using your business email address. WATCH THE VIDEO NOW: https://youtu.be/XcHafKYpJbY If you like this video, don’t forget to subscribe to my channel For more tips and tricks visit: http://rankingacademy.co.uk You can also follow me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/rankingacademy/
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In this lesson, you can learn how to write an email in English. Do you need to write emails at work? Are you worried that your emails aren’t clear, or that you make mistakes in English? In this lesson, you can see a how to write clear, natural-sounding emails easily and quickly. We’ll show you how to write an email in English from beginning to end, in simple, clear steps that you can follow right now! You can see the full version of this free lesson here: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/write-emails-in-english Contents: 1. How to Start Your Email 0:44 2. Explaining Why You're Writing 2:52 3. Adding Details to Your Email 5:40 4. Adding a Call to Action to Your Email 9:33 5. Adding a Sign-off to Your Email 12:57 6. Writing an Email in English 14:42 This lesson will help you: - Write clear email greetings. - Begin an email by explaining why you are writing. - Add details to your email. - Move between ideas in your email. - Use a call to action to discuss the main idea of your email. - Learn how to sign off, or close, your email. - Practice writing an email in English using examples. Visit our website to see more, free English lessons like this one: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/ A big thank you to the Alphabet translation team from Syria for the Arabic captions!