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Don’t be so quick to follow traditional grammar rules and not begin a sentence with ‘and’ or ‘but.’
5/9/2013 1:45:57 PM
The author committed a small gaffe on social media that came back to haunt her. You can (and should) learn from her mistakes.
5/3/2013 1:45:20 PM
It isn’t enough to pack your prose with just any old descriptors. The selection should be both precise and meaningful. Here’s a selection of adjectives that accomplish just that.
5/1/2013 1:52:01 PM
Website visitors will probably not demand paywalls—but imagine if they did. Actually, don’t bother imagining, the author did it for you.
4/29/2013 1:46:39 PM
This year, contestants in the Scripps National Spelling Bee need to define the obscure words they spell. Could you do it? Take our quiz.
4/16/2013 1:54:07 PM
Unlike other words—ahem, moist —these will not make you shudder. They might even put you in a good mood.
4/8/2013 1:52:15 PM
Is it ‘altogether’ or ‘all together’? ‘Everyday’ or ‘every day’? Here’s an easy guide for those examples and others.
4/3/2013 1:52:36 PM
They sound similar and even share similar meanings—and that’s what makes these words so dangerous.
3/28/2013 1:54:04 PM
Why do these insidious errors so often deal with body parts or functions?
3/25/2013 1:52:05 PM
Of course you’re proud or thrilled to announce something—so leave it out of your next press release, please.
3/21/2013 1:54:30 PM
A recent study found that people with fewer language errors on their LinkedIn profiles tend to reach higher positions.
3/20/2013 1:53:21 PM
For his 85th birthday, PR Daily dusted off this article to honor the man who helped raise so many of us.
3/14/2013 1:52:41 PM
From the very basic rules to the very commonly broken ones in corporate America.
3/13/2013 1:54:03 PM
Monday is National Grammar Day. Buy someone—read: yourself—a T-shirt or tote to show off your love for language.
3/5/2013 2:52:32 PM
How to zap the buzzwords that appear in press releases, blogs, and yes, even emails from executives.
2/27/2013 2:53:56 PM