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5/27/2016 5:00:00 AM
Who needs business cards? These physical conditions, personality quirks and persistent habits say it all. You transform words into stories just as bees turn pollen into honey.
5/26/2016 5:10:00 AM
Vague subject lines, poor grammar and copying too many people on a message can ruin your professional reputation. Don't let bad email etiquette hold you back—stop these annoying behaviors.
5/25/2016 5:10:00 AM
Want to annoy or—even worse—bore the recruiter or hiring manager? Just follow these worst practices, and you won't get so much as a sniff.
5/25/2016 5:09:00 AM
Corporate communications often contain jargon and needlessly complex verbs. One writer shows how silly the term can sound.
5/25/2016 5:08:00 AM
Great amusement, amusing anecdotes, and a little something from Dr. Seuss.
5/24/2016 5:08:00 AM
Ragan's Speechwriting and Executive Communications Workshop: Craft speeches that compel audiences to act.
5/24/2016 5:00:00 AM
Extraneous words and phrases hide within the meaningful prose, like so much deadwood begging to be pruned.
5/23/2016 5:08:00 AM
Most of the time, sticking the the accepting guidelines for grammar, usage and punctuation is the way to go, but very occasionally, it's OK to toss the rulebook.
5/19/2016 5:10:11 AM
See if you can relate to these sentences, penned by the novel’s protagonist as she struggled to perfect her storytelling skills.
5/18/2016 5:06:00 AM
The 2016 Health Care PR and Marketing Awards want to recognize your remarkable trust-building communications.
5/18/2016 5:00:00 AM
The adage 'Less is more' applies here. Let visuals establish your protagonist and sustain the narrative arc. By keeping words scant, you'll deliver a vibrant, compelling message.
5/17/2016 5:04:00 AM
Many executives have more adept writers pen their posts, but without their personal insights and direct audience engagement, they cannot lay claim to that expertise and innovation.
5/16/2016 5:10:00 AM
In response to recent disparaging of linguists and their fervent devotion to getting things right, the author graciously offers a handful of tips to help you, dear reader, to avoid screwing up.
5/16/2016 5:08:00 AM
Experts preach the benefits of 'snackable' content, but new research indicates that, even in an age of smartphones and dwindling attention spans, readers will make time for longer articles.
5/13/2016 5:10:00 AM