Category Archives: Writing

May
26
2017

Blog Strategy for Beginners

0 COMMENTS | Posted in marketing, Writing

by Sarah Warlick, content director
Publishing a blog is one of the building blocks of a solid content marketing strategy. For professionals who deal in specialized knowledge, this is a key foundational step to building recognition and respect in the niches …. more >

Jan
11
2017

Esoteric Mysteries of the PDF

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Communication, Design, Writing

by Sarah Warlick, content director
Have you ever copied text from a PDF file and pasted it somewhere else, comfortable in the knowledge that it had already been proofed and approved, only to find that certain letters were missing? If not, it’s time to …. more >

Nov
23
2016

Join Me on My Campaign to End Hyperbolic Language

3 COMMENTS | Posted in Writing

 
by Bonnie Buol Ruszczyk, president
During the seemingly never-ending election season we just finished, we heard a lot of “worst ever” and “best ever” comments, neither of which were true in most cases. (And don’t worry, this isn’t a political post; I’ll let others …. more >

Nov
18
2016

And the Winner Is…

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Writing

by Sarah Warlick, content director
It’s that time again. Not Thanksgiving, or Christmas-in-November, or even the Election from the Black Lagoon. No, it’s the most exciting event of all – the wonderful moment when Oxford Dictionaries announces its Word of the Year! After …. more >

Oct
13
2016

Talk About Trump and Chat About Clinton With Your Clients

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Communication, marketing, Social Media, Writing

by Kelly Googe Lucas, client marketing director
Published by AccountingToday on October 27, 2016
Let’s not ignore the 500lb (orange or blonde, you pick) gorilla in the room. Like ‘em or hate ‘em, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are on everyone’s minds right now. …. more >

Aug
16
2016

Save the Endangered Period!

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Writing

by Sarah Warlick, content director
The next time you’re ready to begin a rant about these kids today, you might want to add this to list of youthful transgressions: Millennials are driving a language trend that could result in the demise of the …. more >