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Quite a few PR professionals write press releases from a template, and that practice has trained reporters to largely ignore them.
7/16/2014 1:46:05 PM
The difference between writing solo versus group collaborations, another plagiarism scandal, the importance of volunteering, and more in this week’s writing roundup.
6/17/2014 1:47:00 PM
An infographic from English-teaching app Voxy, discover the languages that are the absolute toughest for native English speakers to learn.
5/28/2014 1:49:14 PM
PR Daily readers and a couple of famous authors offer further advice for making composition a little bit more comfortable.
5/14/2014 1:52:02 PM
There's a lexicon for every profession and trade. Here's a guide to help you decipher the industry nomenclature for 'civilians.'
5/13/2014 1:49:06 PM
Want your Twitter followers to retweet something? Just ask them politely. For Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+, however, you’ll need to modify how you phrase your message.
4/29/2014 1:52:44 PM
Lady Violet Grantham, or at least the people who write her lines, will occasionally offer wisdom that can indirectly be applied to the world of communications.
4/2/2014 1:53:40 PM
Tesco has promised to change the label on its orange juice carton based on 15-year-old Albert Gifford’s complaint.
3/19/2014 1:47:31 PM
Blogs call for a lot of content, and churning out all those posts makes conditions ripe for mistakes. Here are the most common ones to avoid.
3/10/2014 1:46:18 PM
Though creative briefs used to exist only in the realm of advertising, the rise of ‘full-service’ agencies means they’re something PR pros should be familiar with, too.
2/12/2014 2:51:16 PM
The Periodic Table of Storytelling attempts to put everything that could go into a story into one, handy chart.
2/11/2014 2:46:25 PM
Many stories that communicators and PR pros tell aren’t compelling because they try to hide the tension, but there’s still a way to pull it off.
1/17/2014 2:49:41 PM
People come to your website for information about your brand or business. If they don’t see it, they won’t be pleased—and they’ll go elsewhere.
1/16/2014 2:49:57 PM
Strangely enough, people don’t seem all that upset about the provocative tagline for Christian Connection.
1/10/2014 2:53:57 PM
A Shift Communications analysis found ‘new’ isn’t particularly new when it comes to press release language, and words such as ‘important’ and ‘innovative’ tend to defeat their purpose.
1/9/2014 2:49:40 PM