10 words often misused in press releases
Be mindful of what words such as "unique" and "quality" mean before throwing them into a memo or a news release.
It's bad enough that some communicators overuse buzzwords in news releases and memos. Even worse is the sad truth that often those words aren't even used correctly. Any writer should pause and ask, "Am I saying what I think I am?" before using these 10 words. Quality. A lot of times you'll see this word floating in a sentence, all on its own. "Our products are quality," or, "These are quality services." Looking the word up in the dictionary does yield def read more...
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