I write e-mails each and every single day, to candidates, clients, colleagues, even to the dry cleaning chap who works around the corner!
Sometimes figuring out how to end an e-mail can take longer than writing it, and that's because the sign off is usually just as important as the content of the e-mail itself.
Is it too formal? Is it too in-formal? Does this person even know what 'ta' means...? (Yorkshire Dialect for Thank You, in case you may be wondering...)
The way that you choose to end your email depends on what you’re comfortable with and what your relationship is with the person who you are addressing.
The link below has a list of the most commonly used do's and don'ts when it comes to email sign-offs.
Your sign-off signals to your email recipient that your email has come to an end, and this is your parting message. Ending an email without a sign-off is like walking away from someone at the end of a conversation without saying goodbye. It doesn’t leave a good impression.