Business Communication

Your End-of-Year Business Review: Keeping it Simple

December 4, 2017

Is your Inbox groaning with seasonal sales pitches? Black Friday. Cyber Monday. Sale – sale – sale. This time of year brings one last push for most businesses. While you’re wading through the offers or making a few of your own, think about the past year. Take time for your annual business review. Business Review […]

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When Business Writing Examples Go Too Far

September 25, 2017

Don’t you love when a blog post or how-to article shares examples of key points? Anyone can slap up a bunch of rules. But, how do they work? It’s like trying on a new jacket. Does it fit? Is it your style? Good business writing examples tailor better business communication. However, can business writing examples […]

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3 Second-Nature Marketing Traits That Bury the Competition

September 5, 2017

Think about the last time you bought a product or service. Were you extremely selective? Open to new ideas? Did budget concerns limit your options? As a business owner, you know purchasing decisions are a big deal. You also understand marketing tactics. You use them every day to sell your own services or products. That […]

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5 Lazy Marketing Tactics That Drive People Nuts

August 21, 2017

How many business offers do you receive in a day? Requests from PR firms Invitations to collaborate Guest post pitches And on and on. The right offer – done the right way – is good business strategy. But, how often have you been on the receiving end of lazy marketing tactics? Doesn’t that drive you […]

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25 Overused Business Words With Alternatives

August 9, 2017

How much do you hate overused business words? The ones you’ve read a million times Words you swore you’d never use Business words and phrases leap from creative to trite faster than you can say value proposition. The overworked words worm their way into communication crevices, spilling into clumps of cliché. You try to avoid them. But […]

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