Knowing how to write a sentence may already be second nature to most reader. But do you remember what makes a good and grammatically correct sentence? In this blog, we will explore the building blocks of how to write a sentence that’s readable and memorable.
Sloppy copy will make a bad impression on your customers, so what can you do to avoid it? Find out as we discuss 7 tips for improving your professional copy, from choosing the right voice to maintaining consistency.
What is professional writing? This is one skill that is valuable in today’s world of ever-shrinking attention spans, and can help you stand out from the crowd when trying to land a job. Professional writing seeks to inform, persuade, or instruct others. Read on to learn more about what professional writing entails.
The aim of a rhetorical argument is to persuade the listener or reader. How can you write an argument that persuades your audience to agree with your point of view? Find out as we discuss 6 steps that you can follow to craft an effective rhetorical argument.
Sometimes the small things are what win the day. Sending a follow up email after meeting with a client or colleague is one of those small things that can make a big difference. Check out these best practices and basic components to make your follow up email effective for you and the recipient.
Your writing style involves all the choices that you make when expressing your ideas, from the words you choose to the way that you structure your sentences. Read on for our five tips on how to improve writing style.
An audience analysis is absolutely essential to making a great speech. Without analyzing your audience prior to writing your speech, you are in danger of…well, not doing well. We’ll look at three major categories of audience analysis to help you better understand and endear yourself to the audience you want to reach.
What is storyselling? Storyselling is an important tool for any marketer or salesperson. If you have a great product or service, storyselling is one way to make what you offer memorable to your customers. Learn more about the key benefits storyselling can offer for your business.
Choosing between affect vs effect is like choosing between nouns and verbs. The fact that they’re homophones makes it more challenging! We’ll cut through the confusion and explain the difference between affect and effect: what they mean, when to use each one (and when not to), and even their pronunciation.
Jargon refers to words or phrases used by a particular group that may be difficult for others to understand. It’s important to avoid jargon when writing for your customers, but how can you do this? Find out how you can avoid it in your business writing.