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Writing can be as easy as talking to a friend—especially when you’re not trying to sound like someone you’re not. Use ProWritingAid to catch the technical and stylistic gaffes, then ask a trusted co-worker to read over your work. Another set of eyes will help you find places that need a little extra effort.
Consider the content on your website and in your blog posts, the product descriptions in your eCommerce store, your lead generation pieces, and your emails. Every word makes an impression on your customers and prospects. Small businesses with remote workers around the world don't have a brick-and-mortar shop. So the face you put forward in your content should represent your company well.
Many people want to be promoted. At each rung on the corporate ladder, you can expect more influence and, more importantly, control over what you do each day. Plus, many other perks like bigger bonuses. So how do you get promoted? You master the skills your company needs.
Need business writing tips? The ProWritingAid team has you covered. In this article, we cover, editing, proofreading, common pitfalls, and more. Read the entire article to learn more!
Business writing is such an fascinating application of writing. It’s very pragmatic. Strong business writing can propel both careers and businesses. It’s the channel that transmits nearly all business work and insight and interaction. It flows up, down, laterally, internally, and externally to customers. It’s the foundation of business. Why then, is it so bad? Business writing is notorious for bloated, business-speak nonsense. Despite its off-putting name, I highly recommend the book Why Business People Speak Like Idiots. It was originally published in 2005, yet it sadly still captures the epidemic of business-speak so well.
Technology helps companies operate more efficiently and better satisfy the needs of their customers. Let's take a look at why.
How can you use persuasive writing to get a better job? We'll show you!
LinkedIn is an amazing platform to find connections in the business world. Learn how publishing on LinkedIn can help you find common interests and connect with like-minded individuals in the professional realm.
One of the best ways to convince clients to give your business a try is through case studies. A case study looks at a company’s specific challenge or goal and how they used your solution (product or service) to solve it. How do you write the perfect case study? We take a look.
If you’re cold-emailing someone or asking a co-worker to do something, your email better be right on point if you want action or a response. Here are a few guidelines to write effective emails that don’t end up in the junk folder.
Are you an asker or a guesser? How do you position your messages? Mr. Persuasion himself, Jeff Tippett, gives us three tips on persuasive writing.
Hey writers! Want help on your job search? Use editing software!
We all know that you can work for the greatest organization in the world, doing the most amazing things, but if your fundraising application is poorly written, you aren’t going to get the funds. Here are 7 ways an editing tool can improve your writing and ultimately increase your bottom line.