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Hand Writing a Letter versus Sending an Email Message
Misty Alexander
Everest University Online
Composition I – 34

Hand Writing a Letter versus Sending an Email Message
Hand written letters and emails are both informative, they have many differences. While email messages are a quicker when the receiver is long distance, a hand written letter can show emotion and be intimate. While hand writing a letter may seem unprofessional in the business world, hand writing a letter takes more time and effort and an emotion is shown through not only the words, but the personal writing as well. (http://malaysia.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091207205228AART76V). Email is effective when a person needs to make an appointment or needs to ask a question answered quickly. (http://www.passioncomputing.com.au/Copywriting/Using-email.aspx). An email is also a very fast way to share information or to receive information quickly. However email messaging also has its disadvantages like, portraying the wrong emotions. It can seem to be impersonal and even be misunderstood by the receiver.( http://www.time-management-success.com/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-email.html). Hand written letters are more of a personal way of communication rather than a business like way of communication. If you operate a place of business, a hand written letter may give other organizations or companies’ suspicions about the professionalism of your company. There are many advantages to using email versus hand writing a letter. One of which is that emails are much more eco friendly. ”The fact is, world consumption of paper has grown four hundred percent in the last 40 years. Now nearly 4 billion trees or 35% of the total trees cut around the world are used in paper industries on every continent.”(http://ecology.com/features/paperchase/). Paper comes and many different structures. Cardboard packing and toilet paper all come from paper. Paper is also used in things that most people have never...