Question 16 2 out of 2 points most e mail messages

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Question 162 out of 2 pointsMost e-mail messages and memosSelected Answer:d.have nonsensitive topics and begin directly.Answers:a.require persuasion.b.are indirect and begin with an explanation.c.need not be carefully organized because they are informal.d.have nonsensitive topics and begin directly.
ResponseFeedback:Rationale:Because most e-mails and memos cover nonsensitive information, they should befrontloaded. Frontloading requires the e-mail or memo to be organized directly,beginning with the main idea.Question 172 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following isnota social networking site?
Facebookd.LinkedInResponseFeedback:Rationale:LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter are all social networking sites. Firefox is aWeb browser.Question 192 out of 2 pointsCompanies use blogs for all of the following reasonsexcept
ResponseFeedback:Rationale:Blogs are used by companies for public relations, customer relations, crisiscommunication, market research, viral marketing, internal communication, andrecruiting.Question 202 out of 2 pointsYer's company has decided to let employees use instant messaging (IM) as aninternal communication tool, and she wants to make sure that she's using itprofessionally. What should she do?
can always reach her.b.Create an imaginative IM name for herself such as "PrettySmart1."c.Include both professional and personal contacts on the same IMcontact list for efficiency.d.Respect her receivers by using proper grammar, spelling, andproofreading in her instant messages.ResponseFeedback:Rationale:Yer should respect her receivers by using proper grammar, spelling, andproofreading in her instant messages. She should make herself unavailable when sheneeds to complete a project or meet a deadline, and she should keep separate lists forprofessional and personal contacts.Question 212 out of 2 points

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Instant messaging, Text messaging

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