Friday tip: Don’t overthink. Write without regard to spelling, grammar or punctuation. Once the idea is out, you can go back and fix the stuff that needs fixing.
I don’t disagree, but I also don’t believe these power draining phrases are found only in women’s writing. Anyone who uses these phrases should CUT THEM OUT!
I know all the words…
Working with Kelly saves me between 4 and 5 hours every day. That means I can put more time into research and development and with customers. That translates into an increase in sales of $2,000 to $3,000 a week, and more . Because by the time I figure out what I want to say, Kelly’s already done it. I don’t have to worry about putting my marketing messages together, and can concentrate on what I do best.
Sharon Dillard, CEO, Get A Grip Resurfacing, Inc.
Top 6 Reasons Marketers Should Use Press Releases. Need help with that? I’m your woman.
Friday tip: 3 ways writing will improve your life. Really.
Smart humor for grammar nerds. Like you.
Kids these days have no idea what a semicolon is for. It’s not a winkie face.
Her writing truly captured the essence of what my business is all about. It is concise, accurate, and gets to the point of the overall message. Without hesitation, she has my highest recommendation and I would, without a doubt, refer her to anyone who needs a master wordsmith.
Michael Gelman, Gelman2 Information Services
What’s content collaboration? The quick answer is that I write stuff for businesses. Businesses that are too busy to tell their current and potential customers all the happenings. Or terrified to write it themselves. Or don’t know the first thing about how to create content for newsletters or social media posts. Or find that writing websites or articles not their cup of tea.
To which I tell them, that’s okay. That’s what I do – help you find the right words and ways to share your compelling stories.