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Procrastinating instead of composing that next piece of content or press release? Put your rear in the seat and write.
4/17/2015 1:52:46 PM
Overwhelmed by a piece of writing that seems impossible to revise? Break your process down into these steps to make it easier.
4/15/2015 1:52:33 PM
This infographic from LondonSpeakerBureau.com offers nine steps to a memorable speech, from preparation to delivery.
4/7/2015 1:51:20 PM
Often, using technical terms, jargon and just plain big words muddles your message.
3/25/2015 1:52:29 PM
Huge, unsolicited attachments and pretending you know someone you don't are among this writer's no-nos.
3/18/2015 1:52:50 PM
Writing everything in your own voice is detrimental to your clients and you. A little comic book characterization can open your mind to new voices.
3/17/2015 1:51:59 PM
PR pros can use a new, not-safe-for-work font to see just how many buzzwords are in their writing. What if there were similar devices to head off common embarrassments?
3/5/2015 2:51:20 PM
Does seeing the correct spelling of 'minuscule' throw you off? What about 'wintry'? Those are just two examples of words that seem to be spelled incorrectly when they aren't.
3/4/2015 2:52:54 PM
Different types of content — social media, blogging, website copy — require different approaches. Check out these tips.
3/3/2015 2:51:33 PM
Are you seeing your blog posts showing up elsewhere on the Web, without your permission? Try these tactics.
2/27/2015 2:51:38 PM
This infographic from QuickSprout digs into all the secrets behind compelling, clickable headlines.
2/17/2015 2:52:07 PM
Don't give reporters a reason to dismiss your release without even really reading it. Double-check before you send.
2/11/2015 2:52:36 PM
See more success with your outreach efforts by taking these offensive strategies out of your tool belt.
2/11/2015 2:51:51 PM
Be careful when you use words such as 'comprise,' 'averse' and 'imply.' They are often used incorrectly.
1/29/2015 2:52:13 PM
Readers don't want to see big blocks of words in the content they read. They want things to be broken down in a way that can be scanned.
1/13/2015 2:51:49 PM