Tag "writing"

2-Minute Tip: How to Use Numbers in a Story

Numbers add information that is vital in helping readers understand the story you’re telling. If you’re

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Punctuation Pointers: The Em-dash, Exclamation Point and Question Mark

Finicky punctuation rules can evade us all. Here’s how to master the em-dash, exclamation point and

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Staff Editor to Freelance Writer: 4 Tips for a Successful Career Transition

Whether or not to go freelance might be one of the most agonizing questions in journalism.

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Streamline Your Business Writing – Five Quick Tips

Do your editors find your business writing wordy? Vague? Unclear? Follow these five quick tips to

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Tips from Top Journalists: Roy Peter Clark Talks Money

Roy Peter Clark sees potential in business journalism for career development and new ideas. He would know.

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‘Curbing Cars’, book by Micki Maynard published

The most recent Forbes EBook is by Micheline Maynard, Reynolds Visiting Professor of Business Journalism at

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Reynolds training stresses investigative journalism

The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism’s lineup of free training for journalists this

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Training: Great Sources, Great Storytelling

The SABEW Conference session, “Great Sources, Great Storytelling,” was originally held on April 6, 2013, at

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Telling Great Stories: Self-guided training

The free webinar, “Telling Great Stories,” was originally held on Aug. 13, 2012. You’ll learn effective

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Charles Duhigg discusses his book, ‘The Power of Habit’

Charles Duhigg, an investigative reporter with the New York Times, recently released his book “The Power

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