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This week's job openings have opportunities for two of the best careers in the U.S.--marketing and product managers.
1/30/2015 2:55:04 PM
Becoming a better writer involves challenges similar to the challenges of learning to play the piano, this author contends. Here are her tips for emerging victorious at both.
1/30/2015 2:46:20 PM
Be careful when you use words such as 'comprise,' 'averse' and 'imply.' They are often used incorrectly.
1/29/2015 2:52:13 PM
PR pros need to entice reporters from the very beginning of a press release, and that starts by crafting a great headline. Use these tips to make sure your news doesn't end up in the trash.
1/28/2015 2:48:33 PM
A study by SHIFT Communications reported 50 most used words in news releases, and a related game seeks to help slash these words from public relations writing.
1/27/2015 2:47:37 PM
The PR Daily Awards remain our most popular program. Nearly 350 entries from around the world were submitted last year. It's back this year and ready for your very best.
1/26/2015 2:53:14 PM
PR job seekers can embrace their creative side with one of several communications firm openings.
1/23/2015 2:46:48 PM
Starting a story or essay with a vivid image or a compelling scenario will draw people in more effectively than a barrage of pure information. Here are some stirring examples.
1/21/2015 2:45:48 PM
Take a look at these tips from the critics that matter most: readers.
1/20/2015 2:53:12 PM
Changes in the job market and what job seekers perceive as what agencies need could be putting writing on a downward trend.
1/19/2015 2:47:43 PM
The week's featured position can give you a dream job, and maybe even a dream Houzz.
1/16/2015 2:46:36 PM
Sometimes professionals in a particular field have no choice but to use technical language. Other times, it's clear that the writer/speaker is just shoveling fertilizer. Check your shoes.
1/15/2015 2:53:08 PM
Craft better press releases with these writing tips.
1/14/2015 2:47:18 PM
Readers don't want to see big blocks of words in the content they read. They want things to be broken down in a way that can be scanned.
1/13/2015 2:51:49 PM
Sometimes, phrases writers consider trite can be useful. Sometimes they're nonsense. That, plus the value of rule-breaking, the task of rewriting iconic speeches, and more.
1/13/2015 2:45:37 PM