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[ad_1] Richard Lanham, a well-known scholar and teacher of writing, gave a name to the writing style found on many formal documents, such as those used in the fields of government, military, legal, finance and other similar sectors. He calls it “The Official Style,” a way of writing based on “the dominance of nouns and […]

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[ad_1] Is the following sentence correct? This book is well written. Yes? You’re right. It’s perfectly correct. No broken rules there. Now check out the following sentence. Is it correct, too? This is a well written book. No, it is not correct. But why? It’s basically the same sentence as the first, except that the […]

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[ad_1] 1. Go with controversy. If you want your articles to land a good spot on the newspaper that you’re writing for, you must strive to write something that is very controversial. For example, you can write about a senator who was caught doing something inappropriate. This is something that will surely make waves and […]

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[ad_1] Writing for broadsheets is far more demanding compare to writing for tabloids. You need to be very extra careful when choosing the writing elements that you’re going to use and you need to pay close attention even to smallest details. Here’s how you can write effective articles for broadsheets: 1. Be choosy when picking […]

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[ad_1] One of the most important things in nonfiction writing is keeping the reader glued to the page. This means that you have to make it, not only interesting — but fascinating. If your reader gets bored, he will soon discard your article and move on to something else. One of the best ways to […]

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[ad_1] If you are writing travel articles than consider what is best to enable you to get the maximum possible opportunity for getting your articles published. One of the tips to consider is that of whether to write in the first or third person. There are some clever and popular travel writers, for sure. Some […]

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[ad_1] Whether you’re writing an essay, a book, a marketing brochure or website content, the most important step of the writing process isn’t in the planning of what you’re going to write, and it’s not in the choice of tone, style or language; the most important step is in fact the editing. As a writer […]

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[ad_1] Web development firms have a greater role in enhancing the client company’s brand name and their reputation online. In short, the success of a brand online often relies on the expertise of web developers. More and more customers are turning in to web to get details regarding the products and services offered by a […]

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[ad_1] In recent years, professors have become more skilled and accepting of online teaching, yet, there are still a few questions and comments that continue to echo in my ear among my colleagues: What can I do to show students that I care? What do I do to make sure students feel connected to me […]

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[ad_1] The programming languages and frameworks trend for 2016 seems to be heading more frontend development over backend development. Below is just a simplified list of what you should take note of and consider improving your knowledge on. Languages and Platforms PHP 7 is the latest version of PHP. Big websites like Facebook, Google and […]

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