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3 Quick Tips to Improve Business Communications

Posted by Conni Eversull   Sep 19, 2010 5:00:00 AM

Whether writing web copy, an annual report, a proposal, email, or a marketing brochure, all of us want our written business communications to be clear and concise. Most important, we want them to be read! Ambiguity that causes confusion or missed errors can detract from our company's credibility and distract readers from getting the message we're delivering. If we make mistakes, many readers will simply put our message aside and go on to their next task. Today, we'd like to offer three simple tips to improve your written business communications:
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Topics: business writing, punctuation, spell check

Proofreading for Clichés and Content-free Buzzwords (CFBs)

Posted by Phil Jamieson   Jun 16, 2009 4:00:00 PM

As part of our online proofreading services, we proofread tons of documents every day here at ProofreadNOW. We see business documents, legal documents, magazine articles, press releases, annual reports, brochures, and ads. And these are coming from some major thought leaders in the advertising business, on behalf of some giant firms, including Coca-Cola, The Ad Council, Liberty Mutual Insurance, and others. So you know we see stuff that is top-notch.

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Topics: proofread, grammar, spell check, online proofreading

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