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The number one commodity in U.S. business is communication. In marketing and educational pursuits, we communicate face to face, speaking to a crowd in a public forum or electronically in teleseminars and videos, or writing articles, books, and advertising copy. Marketing, writing and speaking effectively are key to success in the modern developed world. In our article database, we have the information you need to become more effective in these vital areas. Learn about marketing the written word in articles and books. From the other side of the desk, study the writing process, and focus in on articles or copywriting. Want to communicate in a more immediate, visual fashion? Read our pieces on public speaking and teleseminars, two powerful ways of getting your thoughts across via the spoken word. Our extensive database contains the information you need to improve your writing and speaking skills. Enter today, and communicate more clearly tomorrow.
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How To Use Twitter As A Great Writing Exercise While LearningPosted by Craig Fenton on May 19, 2009 Twitter has taken the world by storm as one of the most noted social networking sites. Craig Fenton shows a new use for users of Twitter, how you can use their limitations of 140 characters or less to your advantage when writing or speaking. Find Time To Read With Audio BooksPosted by Jen Falcon on August 14, 2009 These days nobody seems to have any time to read, especially with family, careers, schoolwork, athletic teams, any everything else pressing for you time. If you do have a spare moment, it's nice to relax in front of the television, take a nap, or even repaint the front porch. None of those things are especially stimulating, but after a long day of crunching numbers, the last thing most people want is to think.Even though many people even have bookshelves filled wi… Refilling The Omas Fountain PenPosted by Arthur Mavericck on March 11, 2009 The Omas fountain pen can be refilled in a variety of ways. The vintage pens might require you to use a dropper to fill ink into them. Then you also have the self-filling fountain pens which empty or fill when you apply pressure on the sac or the lever that encases it. But some of the Omas fountain pens make use of the piston filler. This technique uses a piston in the pen which is driven either up or down within the barrel of the pen by turning a knob towards the end of the pen. Public Speaking – 4 Simple Steps To More Impactful Speech ContentPosted by Edward Hope on April 17, 2009 Without meaningful content your speech will lose its' effectiveness, your presentation skills will be of little benefit to you or your audience. A simple 4 step process demonstrated in this article will ensur you have valuable information to present. Mark Twain On Adjectives: Strike Them OutPosted by Tom Aaron on June 26, 2009 Adjectives weaken writing; most writers overuse adjectives. Strong writing comes from strong verbs and nouns. Writers can also use similes and metaphors instead of adjectives. Mark Twain cautions us on using adjectives: &quot;As to the adjective, when in doubt, strike it out.&quot; This article will discuss striking out adjectives, writing with strong verbs and nouns, and similes and metaphors, instead of adjectives. Writing Your Resume: What Not To Include!Posted by David LeAche on November 24, 2009 I will always remember sitting in on a hiring interview and being invited to ask one question of the candidate. I was briefly shown the candidates resume, which rambled on about all sorts of personal issues including the fact that they didn't smoke and that they enjoyed using "Facebook". At… How To Accent Your Career As A Freelance WriterPosted by JL Graham on October 11, 2009 Getting ahead in the Freelance Online Writing industry can be difficult. In this article, we find three ways to make you a more desirable asset to prospective clients. Writing StylesPosted by Ron Wesley on January 3, 2010 It is commonly used in citing social sciences and psychology. The general APA guidelines entails the research be typed in double space, font size between 10-12 in Times New Roman. The major sections include the title page, abstract, main body and the reference. The style specifies the order of headings, references, arrangement of tables, appendices, footnotes and formatting. It also combines the author-date style of parenthetical referencing. Video Game Journalism – Breaking Into The Games Industry By Volunteer Writing For BlogsPosted by James Smith 11717 on November 25, 2009 Video game journalism is considered as the branch of the journalism. This branch is basically concerned with the task of reporting and discussing about the video games. The video games journalism is typically based on the core reveal, the preview and on the review cycle. How To Get Started Working From Home As A Data Entry?Posted by Grace Manotoc on March 4, 2009 This article is going to teach you the basic thing you need to do or have to start a work in data entry. If you pursue this kind of job one should come prepare with necessary basic knowledge. Data entry can be a very good income opportunity. Go to page:
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