Writers rarely get it right the first time. Good writers use first, second, third and even fourth drafts to get their ideas in order and hone their copy. Here are ten tips you can use to make sure you’re getting the most from your words.
A picture paints a thousand words, but what if you only have words to create engaging content? Can you still draw your reader into the story you’re telling? Of course you can. Examples and anecdotes add colour and personality to all types of written communication from corporate reports, blogs – even technical writing.
A proofreading error in 1631 could have changed the Bible’s Ten Commandments as we know it and highlights the importance of not leaving anything to chance when you’re about to sign off on any important piece of communication.