A little grammar nerd humor for your Wednesday.
I would recommend Kelly for anyone who wants to communicate meaningfully through the Internet. She has helped me write more effectively to reach my readers. I could not have launched my blog without her expert advice.
Mathew J. Silverman, DO
Peaceful Practice, Integrated Medicine to Improve Lives
Another of my favorite projects last year was helping a physician set up and manage his blog, including consulting so he could successfully take it over himself. I can do the same for you. Ask me how.
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Avoid misspelled or distracting holiday cards! For those of you who still send actual paper holiday cards, here are some great tips for ensuring your messages and addresses are grammatically correct. Because who wants to receive a misspelled or otherwise distracting holiday card?
Some pre-holiday grammar silliness for your Wednesday enjoyment.
I wanted to take a minute and thank you for all the work you do for us. I receive compliments regularly at regional and national industry events about how well managed our social media and public relations efforts are. I know that it is you behind that effort, guiding us and keeping a professional image. I always give you the credit when I receive those compliments and would and do refer you at every opportunity. Thank you again for keeping us in the best light and helping us tell our story. Thank you.
Andrew Key, President
Heads Up Landscape Contractors
Friday tip: When sending mass emails (press releases, etc.) put the addresses in the bcc field. Unless of course you want your entire list to see each other’s emails.