The formatting of this letter is correct, is in different paragraphs that doesnt seem overwhielming to the reader. This letter lists different points in the letter using roman numerals. It also included numbers that made the points easier to comprehend and also made them stand out. the typography was was fitting to the letter and the emphasis were on the name similarity by putting them in bold.
Saturday, September 17, 2011
It frustrates me when business Web sites and correspondence use overly formal, corporate speak because if the website is meant for the customer why speak in terms that the customer can understand. This often leaves the customer confused and still uninformed. I think that many companies still speak this way even though it is uneffective because they feel that it has to sound professional and and educated and maybe they are unaware how to communicate their point in a conversational way and still feel that they sound as such.
Monday, September 5, 2011
This this an ineffective piece of communication for several reasons, the first of many is that it does not adapt the reader. Many of the words are not used so that everyone may understand them. The second is that familiar words are not used to readily communicate exactly what the emails is entended to get across to the readers. Another is the use of techinal words were often not used appropriately so that everyone might understand. The email did not use concrete words and often avoided the use active words. I feel the entire email lacked clarity and precision.