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Difficult message to deliver? How to be more positive in your speech or presentation

If you want to be more positive in your next presentation, I encourage you to:

1.Practise delivering your presentation out loud
2. Record it (on video or audio) so you can review your presentation OR get a colleague to give you feedback… 553 more words

Business Writing Skills: some tips for catchy headlines

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Advice For Writers

5 Sure-Shot Ways to Write Catchy Headlines [Infographic]

How to get people to read what you write? It is more important that you have great ‘Headlines’ first than creating great content. People do underestimate the power of headlines, they put in all their efforts on creating the best content and a half hearted attempt for their headline. 558 more words

Six ways to write catchy, effective headlines

You just wrote the most amazing article, press release or story, sweated over every preposition, fact-checked the piece to perfection, and are ready for the masses to read your piece. 630 more words

Catchy Headline

Subtitle: “How to Write the Perfect Blog Post”

Get to the point. Have a strong opening paragraph.

  • Keep it short, 500 words or less.
  • Make it scannable.
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Writings And Musings

How to "use the news" to win more business

Here’s how YOU can use the news to attract client interest, make your business more visible, and win more work.

By use the news – I mean write in a news style and use techniques that make your business content more newsworthy. 1,047 more words

SEX 101 (or, give the blog a headline that catches their eye)

Headlines DEFINITELY grab the reader!  Keep the blog brief, and to the point.  FYI, Thanks to Revlon for the wonderful graphic!   

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