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Best Email and Letter Salutations

Monday, October 31, 2011


Salutations..Do these things worry you too! 

Not any more. This list of salutations will provide you all the best ones collected by scanning hundreds of emails (all over the world - trust me).

Funny Salutations
·         Cheers!
·         Smell ya later
·         Later, Alligator
·         Yabba dabba do

Friendly salutations
·         Over to you
·         Over and out
·         Start the engines
·         Peace, love, and unity
·         Stay tuned for more news
·         Tag! You’re it
·         To be continued…

Friendly hellos and goodbyes in foreign languages
Add a foreign language word as a salutation to begin or close your letter and give it a new “fun” angle. From Urdu hellos to French farewells, here are some international ways to leave an impression through salutations:

  1. ·         Aloha
  2. ·         Alvida
  3. ·         Au revoir
  4. ·         Adieu
  5. ·         Adios amigo
  6. ·         Ciao
  7. ·         Khuda Hafiz
  8. ·         Namaste



_______________________________________________________ About the Author: Nitima is a seasoned content and SEO article writer and has worked on projects related content writing, blog, brochure writing and creating marketing collateral. She also has hand on experience in technical and business writing. You can find more about her work from her website WRITING ROUTES Nitima also maintains a blog - Offbeat Spirituality which gets around 2500 hits every day.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cool.
Write more

November 1, 2011 at 11:03 PM
Jerry said...

Salutations are one of the most important step of writing a "Right" letter/email.

November 9, 2011 at 11:49 AM
Chris said...

While writing salutations, never, ever make a guess as to the gender of the person to whom you are writing the letter. If the name is not gender specific, or if it is an ethnic name that you do not know the gender rules, do not guess. There are many people named "Chris," for example, who are very annoyed by being called the wrong gender. When in doubt, play it safe and use the full name instead of a courtesy title.

November 12, 2011 at 9:54 AM
Jenny said...

Smell ya later - do people really use it?

November 30, 2011 at 9:19 AM

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