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Learn how to overcome a disengaged audience, small budgets and tight schedules with your writing.
7/6/2015 4:00:04 AM
At the end of the day, does the albatross around your neck have a lot of tentacles? If you're a jargon junkie, prepare to feast. If buzzwords give you a rash, get ready to itch.
7/3/2015 4:00:21 AM
One successful candidate could manage social media content for shows such as ‘The Americans’ and ‘Sons of Anarchy’ through this week’s featured listing.
7/2/2015 1:55:58 PM
These easy, quick exercises and helpful habits can improve your writing exponentially.
7/2/2015 1:53:27 PM
Sometimes, even though it seems like you're being crystal clear that you're not interested, someone looking to sell a product or idea will just keep emailing.
7/1/2015 1:51:37 PM
Research also revealed that a version of the term 'twerking' dates back to the 1820s.
6/30/2015 1:45:44 PM
Amazon has implemented a new policy to pay writers just that way. Plus, writing to help seniors, the art of nonfiction, and new writing lingo.
6/29/2015 1:52:31 PM
PR Daily readers were looking for various ways to communicate this week, as items about AP style rules, infographics and emoji topped our list of most-read stories.
6/29/2015 1:51:35 PM
This week, job seekers can apply for a PR manager position in Austin, Texas, capital of the best state for making a living, according to MoneyRates.com.
6/26/2015 1:46:34 PM
Check your headline, subheads and verbs before you send your post or article out to the Internet. Here's why.
6/26/2015 1:45:17 PM
Let Mark Ragan and Jim Ylisela visit your HQ and train your communicators in writing, editing, storytelling, content marketing and brand journalism—for free.
6/25/2015 1:50:30 PM
Do terms such as 'headshot' and 'username' look wrong to you?
6/24/2015 1:52:43 PM
The 2015 edition of AP Stylebook contains several additions and revisions to food, sports, news and social media terms.
6/24/2015 1:51:24 PM
Take this fun quiz to determine whether you’re only somewhat grammar obsessed or if you’re completely off the deep end.
6/22/2015 1:52:35 PM
Writers and editors often debate the necessity of this conjunction in text. Here are guidelines for when to include it and when to leave it out.
6/19/2015 1:55:27 PM