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These unnecessary sentence additions can weigh down your copy. Eliminate them to make your sentences clear and concise.
11/19/2015 2:45:08 PM
Public relations pros and marketers can get more mileage out of their organizations' content when they work together.
11/18/2015 2:47:17 PM
Remember this acronym when creating or tweaking your content marketing strategy.
11/12/2015 2:53:00 PM
These three resources can make life easier for corporate communicators by assisting with research and providing an extra set of hands when needed.
11/12/2015 2:45:00 PM
Learn writing mechanics, grammar rules, word histories and more from these useful sites. One even offers rhymes, antonyms and ‘sentences with’ options.
11/4/2015 2:52:00 PM
Adverbs and adjectives are wonderful helpers, except when they’re not. As in real estate, there are three key factors: location, location, location.
10/21/2015 1:52:11 PM
Freelance writing for a coveted website or publication can boost your credibility and offer additional opportunities. Here's how to craft an email that won't end up getting ignored.
10/16/2015 1:53:02 PM
You won't find these words in the dictionary, but many communicators use them anyway.
10/15/2015 1:46:59 PM
It can be frustrating to stare at a blank page or computer screen and feel no inspiration. These tips can get the creativity flowing again.
10/1/2015 1:46:57 PM
Use these terms to better describe items and ideas to your readers.
9/16/2015 1:52:55 PM
Though PR pros should simplify their writing as much as possible, complex words may be necessary when writing for clients in the medical industry.
9/10/2015 1:51:52 PM
It's common for PR professionals to run into writer's block ever now and again. Try these ways to lift the burden.
9/8/2015 1:51:33 PM
Jargon can mean different things to different people, depending on their roles. Here's what communicators need to know about a few common terms.
8/26/2015 1:52:25 PM
The broad rules many teach for indefinite articles — that 'a' should go before a consonant and 'an' before a vowel —aren't entirely accurate.
8/19/2015 1:52:31 PM
Though these phrases serve as a shorthand among PR pros, they don't mean the same things to everyone else, including clients.
8/14/2015 1:51:42 PM