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Doing so weakens your writing. Plus, it's really irritating.
5/14/2013 1:45:31 PM
The candy bar maker is using both the search engine’s most commonly misspelled words, as well as strategic ad placement to feed consumers’ hunger.
5/9/2013 1:49:47 PM
This grammar stickler says it's OK to bend the rules if it makes sense. Weigh in.
4/30/2013 1:46:44 PM
Six advancements you need to prepare for.
4/11/2013 1:59:49 PM
These all too common words and phrases add little more than extra syllables to your content. They're vague, redundant, and overused.
4/2/2013 1:48:04 PM
Of course you’re proud or thrilled to announce something—so leave it out of your next press release, please.
3/21/2013 1:54:30 PM
‘You can't wait for inspiration, you have to go after it with a club.’
3/19/2013 1:49:46 PM
It's a magical time that comes but once a year—even though the spirit of the holiday lasts all year.
3/4/2013 2:58:48 PM
Six quotes from wordsmiths and grammar wonks on the overused punctuation mark. F. Scott Fitzgerald and Mark Twain, for instance, found it quite distasteful.
2/27/2013 2:54:07 PM
How to zap the buzzwords that appear in press releases, blogs, and yes, even emails from executives.
2/27/2013 2:53:56 PM
They’re weighing down your copy, distracting or even annoying your reader. Best to drop them from your press releases altogether.
1/25/2013 2:47:12 PM
More than 500 reporters and editors bemoan the ‘hipsterization’ of PR, and name the most irksome examples of PR buzzwords.
1/17/2013 2:49:23 PM
These productive, encouraging thoughts will keep you motivated no matter what life throws at you, professionally or otherwise.
12/7/2012 2:58:03 PM
An analysis reveals the most common adjectives employed by the 187 million members of the social network. How many of these words are in your profile?
12/5/2012 2:50:37 PM
The tweet, which mentioned a ‘1-state solution’ to the Israel-Palestine strife, was deleted. We grabbed a screenshot.
11/30/2012 2:57:36 PM