When you’ve taken the time to write something out, no matter how often you read it over and over again, you’re bound to miss a proofreading error. Let’s face it, proofreading can be monotonous. And, good proofreading is really tough … Read More
How to keep your writing concise When writing a press release, pitch letter, blog entry, microblog or tweet, being concise is important. You only have so many words to get your point across. As recently reported by PR Daily, here … Read More
The 2015 edition of the AP Stylebook has around 300 new or revised terms according to a recent article on PR Daily. As a PR professional, you should be well aware of these changes and try your best to incorporate … Read More
As a public-relations professional, you talk to your client, you research your press release, you consult your list of news contacts and then you send out your release to the media. And nothing happens. No response. Nada! You thought you … Read More
On most days you’ll find me writing. Whether it’s a press release, blog entry, bylined article, email pitch or status update – I’m tapping away at my keyboard. Let’s face it, writing can be a big part of your daily … Read More
We’re loving the latest “Weird Al” Yankovic parody, “Word Crimes.” Take a look and remember, grammar is your friend!
A press release is a great vehicle to use to send information to designated media. Releases are factual, newsworthy and usually very timely. If you have something to share, a press release can format your information in an easy to understand … Read More
I was lucky enough to attend BlogHer ’12 at the beginning of the month. Here are a few writing tips I wanted to share with you! Keep these in mind when blogging. The more unique to you the better. It’s … Read More