Retiring Your Sign-Off. 10 Email Sign-Off Options For When You’re Sick Of Saying The Same ol’ …
“Best”, “Regards”, “Sincerely”, or “Yours Truly”, whatever your poison, eventually you're gonna be tired of drinking it.
Some sign-offs are used so often that we forget to make sure they are appropriate and actually correspond with the exchange. For example, “thanks” should only be used if you are actually looking to thank someone. And, “cheers” is not really appropriate for a formal business exchange. Keeping your audience and the message you want to convey in mind when signing off, will help you to make the right choice.
So, here are a few more options for ya!
Hope this helps or I hope this helps (a little more formal with the “I”)
Until (insert tomorrow, day of the week, etc.)
Have a great day/week/life (ok, maybe not life)
Oh yea, baby! Kidding here, but not! If you know the recipient well and have a relaxed relationship, don’t be afraid to have a little fun with your sign-off. But again, remember your audience and the message you want to convey :)
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