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If you bold, italicize or underline text in your press releases, stop. Doing so is like asking a reporter to delete your pitch.
4/19/2014 10:00:00 PM
A look at the utility infielder of the punctuation team.
4/17/2014 5:08:00 AM
You showed us your best employee communication efforts, and we were wowed. From animal rescue to working Alaska, this year's entries did not disappoint! See the full list of winners and read about their work.
4/16/2014 5:05:00 AM
Ragan's Corporate Communicators Conference is back with speakers from NASCAR, Chrysler, AT&T and more. They share their best advice on building effective communications strategies.
4/16/2014 5:00:00 AM
Technology moves fast, but that doesn't mean you have to toss all the old content on your website. A little reworking can make it look like new.
4/15/2014 5:05:00 AM
Of course you’re proud or thrilled to announce something—so leave it out of your next press release, please.
4/14/2014 5:04:00 AM
Never confuse "e.g." and "i.e.," "that" and "which," or "who" and "whom" again.
4/11/2014 5:10:00 AM
What else would you add to the list?
4/11/2014 5:07:58 AM
Don't torture your readers with any more boring, stuffy or poorly written content. Attend this workshop for advanced tips that will clean up your writing.
4/11/2014 5:00:00 AM
Differing by a mere space, or by letter or two, these verbal cousins can confound listeners and perplex proofreaders.
4/10/2014 5:10:00 AM
Grabbing a consumer’s attention starts with the packaging, and digital missives are no exception. Look at these unorthodox yet compelling approaches for inspiration.
4/9/2014 5:07:00 AM
First of all, don't write for your target audience. Write instead for your target audience member. Individualize it.
4/7/2014 5:07:02 AM
Press releases and pitching no longer bring the PR coverage your organization needs. Learn how to replace those tactics with more effective brand journalism strategies.
4/7/2014 5:00:00 AM
Its primary function is quite simple; it separates two short, related independent clauses. Whether it serves more to impress readers than to afford them a breather is a point of debate.
4/4/2014 5:05:00 AM
Regardless of your industry or expertise, you can create content your audience will want to share if you follow a few, basic rules.
4/3/2014 5:05:00 AM