Technology and social media can make life more efficient or more complicated. Randi Zuckerberg will show how to untangle the two at Demand Success. Can’t wait until June? See seven of Randi’s communication tips.
It never fails. You send an email newsletter and inevitably catch a typo or someone makes you aware of one. Practice poor grammar prevention by knowing the difference between six troublesome word pairs.
The demand for brands that help construct a better world through social good will only strengthen in the future. Increase sales and customer loyalty by following cause marketing expert Joe Waters’ tips.
Should marketers use semicolons? Some consider the punctuation mark elitist, but they can be necessary in marketing copy. See the four rules for how to properly use a semicolon.
As much as marketing changes, many content marketing rules have stayed the same. Get the content marketing down low from Demand Success speaker Ann Handley and see other new additions to the June conference’s lineup.
Even top brands make mistakes when responding to social media crises. Prevent yourself from fanning the flames of whatever controversy may arise by avoiding these seven mistakes.
Should marketers use serial commas? It’s largely your choice, but whatever you choose, make sure you stick with it across your blogs, emails, website copy and social media.
Is it lay or lie? When it comes to those two, marketers rework sentences to avoid using the wrong word. Stop rewriting and learn the difference between the two trouble words with an easy explanation.
Is it who or whom? It may not make a difference in speech, but for news releases and official communications it makes a difference. Get the key to solving the who or whom conundrum.
Social media continues to change how reporters do their job. These seven cutting edge pitching tips will help you leverage reporters’ social media habits and earn more publicity.
Do you want real cheese or “real” cheese? Using quotation marks can mean the difference between a sale and a skeptical look. Follow these rules for content marketing success.
A simple grammar mistake can make a prospect run away. Don’t let imperfect copy hurt a sale. Stop the abuse and misuse of apostrophes by following a few straightforward rules.
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