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Writing Tip -- Guest blog

I am posting today instead of on Thursday because my guest blog is publishing today on Rebecca Water’s site, A Novel Creation. I met Becky in my writer’s group and she kindly offered to let me guest blog. 51 more words

Writing Tips

The Key To a Great Presentation: Knowing Your Audience

The success of every speech and presentation is down to answering one simple question:

Who is it for?

How you answer this question will determine the success of your presentation and the key to giving a great presentation is to be able to answer the one question that every audience member wants answered – what’s in it for me? 299 more words

Public Speaking

Who, What, Where, When -- and Why Should I Care?

Know your audience. The first rule of communication, whether it’s newspapers, entertainment, preaching, or whatever. Makes it difficult for me to find an uninteresting news item, because as a journalism major, I know how reporters think. 456 more words

Journalism

7 Writing Rules: #7 Know Your Audience

The original article said the following about this rule: “Maybe that is good advice, but I have no idea how to follow it.” I couldn’t agree more. 449 more words

Life

Convey your Written Message in 6 essential Steps

I recently took a series of marketing courses from the Hadley institute for the Blind and visually impaired, the first of which was entitled, Marketing: Conveying a message. 1,676 more words

Can You Spot Your Customers?

If you’ve ever been to the coast of Maine, you’ve probably noticed lobster buoys EVERYWHERE! The buoys have different color combinations corresponding to their owner. Each lobster fisherman has his or her own colors painted onto their buoys to make them easy to spot and identify.   256 more words

Maine

Research is Useless if You Ask the Wrong Questions

by Dan Ward

Thanks to James Taranto of The Wall Street Journal for highlighting this tweet from Bloomberg national political reporter, Sahil Kapur: “Monmouth poll finds that if… 194 more words

Orlando Public Relations