Business Communication

Devilishly-Detailed Business Communication

March 2, 2015

Details, details, details. In our online world, details have become the devil director of doomed business communication. Details get a bad rap. We need details to tell our story Details establish proof Details define our message Business communication without details is a meaningless shell of words. That doesn’t mean we need to share EVERY SINGLE […]

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Surf the 7 Cs of Business Communication

February 16, 2015

Your customers are flooded with business communication. How is your message heard above the roar of wave after wave of words? Learn how to surf the 7 Cs of business communication and customers will cheer your success. In the third post of our alphabetic journey through business communication, you receive a bonus of 7-in-1 with the crafty letter C. […]

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The Dreaded B Word in Business Communication

February 2, 2015

No, the B word is not what you’re thinking. It is not the descriptive word used for certain female writers Present company excluded, I’m sure The dreaded B word in business communication is ~ BORING Whether you write professionally or only because you’re forced to, boring is not a word you want associated with your writing. In the second […]

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Business Communication Shouts Action

January 19, 2015

Welcome to the first post in our alphabetic journey of business communication. Our first letter has a lot riding on its shoulders. It’s the first letter out of the gate ‘A’ leads 25 other letters ‘A’ shouts Action And so should your business communication. Shout action, that is. Why Shout Action? Think a moment about business communication. What do […]

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The A-B-Cs of Business Communication

January 5, 2015

Happy New Year! This blog is all about better business communication and keeping it simple. I thought I would try something new this year. But we will keep with the better business communication and simple theme. This year’s posts feature the A-B-Cs of business communication What’s simpler than your basic A-B-Cs? A to Z Business […]

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Simply Stated Season of Rest

December 17, 2014

‘Tis the season for rest. Or so I thought. My business writing services are going strong. The end of 2014 has been the busiest in the history of my company. And for that, I am very grateful. So I have decided to give a year-end rest to my Simply Stated Business blog and my health […]

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Knock Off These 10 Quick-Hit Business Tasks

December 8, 2014

Do you feel like your business tasks grow at the end of each year? From personal tasks like holiday shopping to business planning for the New Year, ’tis the season to be busy. Even if your business slows down for the holidays, there is plenty to do. In the interest of keeping it simple, the following […]

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Simple Tips for Holiday Marketing

December 1, 2014

Retailers wish for an even longer holiday season. Perhaps you do, too. However, for many of us, the end of each year signals a slowdown in business. Clients shut down for the holidays Family gatherings take center stage Vacation time becomes prevalent What a perfect opportunity for sharing your holiday cheer. Holiday Marketing The following are a […]

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Simply Thanks

November 24, 2014

When this posts, my teammates and I will be enjoying LaCosta Spa & Resort. That’s our gift to ourselves after completing another 3-Day, 60-Mile Walk for the Cure. As we celebrate Thanksgiving this week in the United States, I’d like to thank my clients, readers, fellow writers, friends and family. Social media is one of […]

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Simply Stated Business Walking

November 17, 2014

No, I’m not walking away from Simply Stated Business. But let’s see if that rumor gets started. As mentioned in the post, 60 Business Blog Ideas for 60 Miles, I am strapping on my walking sandals and walking another 60 miles in 3 days with my teammates. We are doing our best to help find […]

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