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Join experts from Lyft, Microsoft and more in Chicago for the Corporate Communicators Conference.
4/28/2017 4:00:00 AM
Reporting experience translates well to content marketing. Former newshounds still have the training and instincts to tell your organization’s story.
4/27/2017 4:00:00 PM
Novice writers: Join us in Chicago this summer and start crafting expert prose. Register by May 5 to save $200!
4/27/2017 1:55:00 PM
Soak up the warmth of a city voted the best place to live in the U.S. with this week’s featured job opening.
4/27/2017 1:54:00 PM
Tap into Sarah Hurwitz’s experience at the Leadership & Executive Communications Conference.
4/27/2017 1:50:00 PM
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4/26/2017 1:53:00 PM
Spring cleaning isn’t just for your household items. Here’s how PR pros can breathe life into stale pitching and press release tactics.
4/26/2017 1:52:00 PM
Ragan workshops provide daylong deep dives on your doorstep. Save $200 on all workshops through May 5!
4/26/2017 1:46:00 PM
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4/25/2017 1:50:00 PM
Comma use can be perplexing. Here’s help for knowing when and where to insert them—and when to omit them—along with tips for proper use of semicolons, dashes and other marks.
4/25/2017 1:47:00 PM
PR Daily readers were interested in what coffee preference says about their PR style, social media trends to watch, Adidas' Boston Marathon apology, and more.
4/24/2017 1:49:00 PM
Though you should take care to avoid jargon in your pitches, press releases and other copy, you will probably encounter many of these business abbreviations.
4/24/2017 1:48:00 PM
As with common gaffes of usage and punctuation, botched syntax can distort a writer’s intended message—often with humorous consequences.
4/21/2017 1:47:53 PM
You could work under the golden arches in this week’s featured job listing at McDonald’s.
4/21/2017 1:45:34 PM
Grammarly analyzed writing from those who penned their prose in the daytime, versus night-owl efforts. They found that the earlier, the better, in terms of copy’s quality.
4/18/2017 1:48:00 PM