Posted by laurajane
on Nov 24, 2015 in Uncategorized
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You know you’ve arrived as a professional writer when your friends can talk about random topics and you can say “I wrote an article about that once.”
I’ve found myself saying that a lot this week. So below are a few of those posts . . . posts for any occasion or discussion topic.
- Need to beat someone at Scrabble?
57 words you may not have known you could use in Scrabble
- Wondering what the singular form of “scissors” is?
39 plural forms that might confuse writers
- Not sure you spelled “idiosyncrasy” correctly?
50 words you need to stop misspelling
- Want to have a little fun at your next meeting?
Put that jargon to good use — play “Word Quest” at your next meeting
- Want to settle an argument about the serial comma?
Serial commas: Do you or don’t you?
- Having trouble getting out of bed in the morning?
8 creative alarm clocks to rouse you earlier
- Need a clever subject line for an email:
25 inspiring email subject lines
- Hyphens driving you to drink?
Heading off hyphenation headaches
- Confused by who versus whom?
Who vs. whom: A simple trick for determining when to use each word
- No idea what you’re going to write about for the corporate blog?
Finding content when it’s scarce
- Too many trolls in your life?
Do you recognize these 6 types of trolls
- Do you cringe every time someone says “utilize”?
24 lazy corporate verbs you need to fire
- Wish there was more civility in your online interactions?
What would Jane Austen do? A guide to social media etiquette
- Does a friend or loved one use too many exclamation points?
Stop the madness! Rules for using the exclamation point
- Annual performance review coming up?
What those performance review phrases really mean
How about it PR Daily readers . . . do you have any topics that would make an interesting post?
This post was first published on Ragan Communication’s PR Daily.