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If so, someone is getting really annoyed.

Vol. 2018,  No. 19


I advise you to stop writing “Please advise” in email.


I’ve always bristled when reading the words Please advise in an email.  Though I haven’t shared this pet peeve of mine with many people in the past, I’ve become emboldened by the results of a recent survey conducted by Adobe in which the phrase Please advise made it to the list of top 10 most annoying phrases people use via email at work. Let’s look at 3 reasons why Please advise is no good and why I advise that you stop using it.  Read more


Until next time,
Guillermo
 
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