An easy way to keep readers happy is to avoid the annoying, meaningless words and phrases we see so often in blogs and articles. Here are the top ones to cross off your list.
Tips and tactics for more productive, more compelling writing.
We’ve all stopped reading something because it sucks. But what makes bad writing bad? Read on to discover how you can spot sucky writing.
If you write for a multinational, choosing American English vs British English is an important decision. Our checklist explores the issues.
People are more motor-mouthed than nimble-fingered. We speak three times faster than we type. Stop wasting your time. Here are three dictation apps for busy writers.
The media work with stories. Human brains are wired for stories. The ‘story’ is the basic building block of a blog. But what is a story?
In many big companies, intellectual property protection – trademarks and registered marks – drive product naming. The results aren’t pretty.
Buzzwords are like the Learnean Hydra: for every stupid word or phrase we call out, another emerges in its place.
Why do companies insist on making up bogus quotes out of putrid body parts for their press releases?
Using acronyms might save you two seconds of typing, but they might lose you a reader, a lead, or even a customer.
The real trick to productivity is more than good time management – it’s ‘me’ management. Do you have emotional discipline?