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When a marketing campaign fails, it can feel like the whole budget went down the drain. Here are three things to watch out for in advance.
When you have a talented team of copywriters on staff, it's tempting to let them handle their own proofreading. That may be a huge mistake.
One of the biggest advantages of storytelling is its versatility. Here are some tips for incorporating great stories into your business writing.
Here are a few things you can do to tailor your writing to the web and get better results with your online content.
If you’re sending out marketing emails or e-newsletters, you've got to find a way to stand out and get your emails opened and read. Here's how.
Case in point: This made-up story, which was so successful that it brought in around $2 billion in business over three decades.
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Do you understand the difference between a proofreader and a copy editor? If not, don’t feel bad—most people don’t. Read this before you waste any money.
No. 4 on this list is so obvious, but you'll be blown away by how effective it is. Proofread business writing like a pro with these expert tips.