Week 3 B2B Messages

Week 3 B2B Messages - Business to Business Messages 1

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Business to Business Messages 1 Running Head: Business to Business (B2B) Messages Sample Persuasive Message Crystal Spracklen-Edmunds COMM 470 November 1, 2010 Jackie Rose
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Business to Business Messages 2 Business Communication Technology has taken over business communication. Businesses communicate via e- mails, text and instant messaging, television, internet advertising and shopping, and commercials. More information is exchanged between e-mails and instant messages than formal types of communication. Technology advances allow businesses to communicate information quickly and more accurately than ever before. E-Commerce has allowed businesses to reach consumers any time of day, and has overtaken formal means of communication. E-commerce allows consumers to save time, money, and energy while viewing a wider selection of products and services within the comfort of their home. Businesses use a medium such as E-tailing as a form of communication over the Internet. E-tailing is defined as, “retailing conducted online, over the Internet” (Turban, 2008). Global e- tailing businesses are able to administer various tasks while overcoming language barriers and time dilemmas. A business must find ways to communicate professionally to other businesses so that product and services can be spread to the consumer. There are two essential ways businesses communicate to one another, e-mail, and business letters. These mediums must be performed with etiquette and optimal professionalism to prevent miscommunication. E-mail E-mail also known as electronic mail is a way to send messages between computer networks. The sender composes a message that is sent to the receiver. “E-mail is asynchronous
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Business to Business Messages 3 and does not require the receiver of the message to be online at the time the message is sent or received” (Dictionary.com 2002). E-mail can take many forms, such as letters, memos, faxes,
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2011 for the course COMM 470 taught by Professor Tiffanyseward during the Winter '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 3 B2B Messages - Business to Business Messages 1

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