…and be clear before clever.
Today, fewer communicators get to work for a tough editor who helped them work hard to get it right.
To get to the heart of the matter, write like a journalist.
Let’s get you out of that rut.
And why you need to take this task off your someday list and onto your today list.
This useful set of dots reminds us that with great power comes great responsibility.
They/them and beyond.
Some of the most common AP Style errors that PR Daily Executive Editor Allison Carter has seen.
And the difference between em and en dashes.
Simplify, simplify, simplify.
The AP Stylebook 2022 includes a new chapter on inclusive storytelling that starts with acknowledging your unconscious bias.
Short is good.
Shedding some light on this most misunderstood of punctuation marks.
You should probably be using them both more, and less, than you think.
Tips for training your brain to give your own work a solid edit.
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