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Following our first ArticulateTalk at Club Workspace Chiswick, here’s a little venue review for anyone considering a business-wisdom event of their own.
Grammarly is an increasingly popular online grammar-checking. I took it for a spin, and this is the verdict.
An editor must manage multiple moving parts from content planning to handling writer’s egos, so we asked some experts for their top tips.
A veritable alphabet of better writing. 26 tips for inspiration, guidance and encouragement.
Research and experience show that short words are better than long words for improving comprehension, recall, engagement and credibility.
Learn how to approach website evaluation with the right mind-set and convert your reactions into meaningful feedback.
I’ve been using Cage for a few days to work with Turbine designers and developers to give them feedback on the next release. It’s great! You can grab a website screenshot using Google’s screen capture tool in Chrome and upload it into Cage. To give feedback you just draw a marquee around something and add [...]
If you’re commissioning a writing project and you’re thinking of working with a writer, here are some things you can do to guarantee an unhappy ending. This comes out of a lecture I did last week for MarketingProfs University and some first hand experience with projects that were set up to fail.. Don’t give [...]
I have spent the past ten years writing daily for different clients, including jet reviews for the Robb Report, computer games stuff for Wired magazine and, for the last five years, corporate work for Microsoft, HP and others. I have had a *lot* of feedback. In this article, I want to distil lessons from that [...]