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What You Can Learn About Breaking News From Damian Mallard Damian Mallard covered a breaking news story that forever changed the lives of abuse victims. This is his story.
November’s Bounty of Web Content Usage Mistakes We revisit the topic of usage errors in professional web content. It turns out that, over the last year, writers haven’t stopped making mistakes.
Capital Letters Do NOT Help Your Website Rank Unlike other fine points of grammar, the rules for capitalization are widely understood and easy to apply. So why does everybody get them wrong?
Would You Buy a Second-Hand Hyperlink From This Guy? Your email messages represent your professional image—your brand—and your ability to communicate. See what happens when you fail on every imaginable level.
Adverbs: What Your Fourth Grade Teacher Never Told You Adverbs are a little more versatile than you have been led to believe. Here, we look at how using sentence adverbs can enliven your content writing.
Brevity Is Not the Soul of Wit—Content Length Matters Fluff pieces may be easy to write, but they aren’t enough to sustain your clients. See why committing to longer articles is better for you and your practice.
Busy, Busy Business Buzzwords Make Your Site Go Bust You will recall that we have advised avoiding medical and legal jargon on your website. Business-school jargon is just as bad. Bid those buzzwords begone!
In a Subjunctive Mood Content writing requires you understand how the subjunctive mood in English expresses thoughts that are wishful, willful, or factually not true.
Writing Unique Content for Your Website Can Lead to Success Stop writing boring content! There are creative ways to appropriately incorporate your own personality, compassion and energy into your website content.
The Proper Use of the Dash in Content Writing The dash is the most versatile of punctuation marks, but that doesn’t mean it can be used thoughtlessly. Here, we review how dashes are used properly.
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