29 Top Most common Email Acronyms

29 Top Most common Email Acronyms

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Email (Short for Electronic mail) are generally short when compared to letters. As they are written very quickly in response to a question or a request. Informal English, absence of standards and abbreviations is quite common when you write an email.

According to a McKinsey analysis, The average professionals spends 28% of the work day in reading and answering emails and 20% looking for internal information.

We do emails regularly and let us see today some of the top most common email acronyms we will come across on daily basis in our regular Email messages…86% of professionals says emails is their preferred way of communication. Most of the peoples check their emails on mobile devices and most popular device for emails is iPhone.

Ray Tomlinson, Sends the very first email in 1971, he was the one who invented email program.

The very first Free email agent in 1996 was Hotmail.com

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29 Top Most common Email Acronyms

  1. ASAPAs Soon As Possible

2. FYI For Your Information

3. FYA For Your Attention

4. FYR For Your Reference

5. LMK Let Me Know

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6. CC – Carbon Copy (Recipients who can see other recipients )

7. BCC – Blink Carbon Copy (Recipients who can’t see other recipients)

8. FW / FWD – Forward

9. RE – Reply

10. STALL – Stop Think And Learn A Lesson

11. EOM – End Of Message

12. NRN – No Reply Necessary

13. RR – Reply Requested

14. Y / N – Yes or No?

15. UDA – Urgent Document Attached

16. ATTN – Attention!

17. AR – Action Required

18. TBA – To Be Announced

19. TBD – To Be Determined

20. SFW – Safe For Work

21. PASS – Pull, Aim, Squeeze, and Sweep

22. IAM – In A Meeting

23. MIA – Missing In Action

24. LET – Leaving Early Today

25. OOO – Out Of Office

26. PTO – Paid Time Off

27. MTD – Month To Date

28. YTD – Year To Date

29. ETA – Estimated Time of Arrival

Lets see some of the advantages of emails:

  • Emails are quick extremely fast and available to send 365 days a year and 24/7 a day
  • It can be send globally any where in the world
  • It can be send to one person or several groups
  • Its quite free virtually unless there is an internet charge
  • Its environmentally friendly as we do not use the papers for sending the letters.

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Some common MYTHS on emails are…

Consumers hit SPAM emails more often, But do not fear as 0.05% of the people will hit SPAM that is less than 1 person per 2000 emails.

Shorter Subject characters are better, But study has shows that emails with 60 characters or less will have the less click-through rate when compares to 70 characters or more.

Need to STOP sending emails to inactive Customers, But when we will consider the subscriber to be inactive is a question? Studies shows that 20% of inactive users open your emails after 6 months. So best practice is to wait for 6 months before you really purge the list.

Consumers have too many emails, This is the most common marketing myth! Here we need to understand by the true fact that 60% of peoples receives less than 6 emails per day where as among them are 40% who receives less than 3 emails per day.

Success for the email marketing is the Golden subject, Yeah! its true as subjects will govern your email chances of opening. But according to marketing charts its Sender name which is primary reason for opening an email which contributes to (64%).

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Andro

    Marwellous knowledge

  2. Jerry

    Very good and informative

  3. HADY5609

    Thank you!!1

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