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.
A few extra minutes working on headlines can grow your audience and rally employees around your message.
The default rule is to lowercase words unless there’s a reason they should be uppercase.
Dictionary.com’s senior director of editorial explains how language is changing — and why it matters so much for corporate leaders and communicators to stay up to date.
Ask these three questions to make sure you’re editing and not just proofreading.
AP Style is designed to minimize characters used, but clarity is always king.
For some audiences—particularly top business execs—written content is indispensable in researching important decisions. Here’s how communicators are thinking about their skill sets.
Identify the author’s key points, eliminate needless text, and let verbs do the heavy lifting. As you revise and polish, do so with empathy.
Every word jockey and content creator hits a wall or a creative lull. Try these tips to renew your energy, motivation and inspiration.
The art (and science) of finding what’s not there but should be.
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