Tag: writing

The Next Next Thing

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By Carla Foote, Fine Print Editorial What is the next topic you are going to write about after your current project is completed? Not worried about that yet? Thinking about tomorrow’stopic can make you a better communicator today. Communication is a process rather than a one-time interaction. So as a communications professional, you should always…

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Communicating Data

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By Carla Foote, Fine Print Editorial Data is just a Google-search away – from sources around the world. Content is available in all formats and platforms. In the midst of so much content and data, it takes insight and discernment to provide accurate, clear and relevant information that informs and equips. Here are a few…

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How I stay fresh in my writing and keep learning

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By Nzandi Murry English is my second language. That means I need to do extra work to keep my writing from getting stale. Over the years, I have tried many tips and tricks to become a better wordsmith. Here are some that have really worked for me: Thinking with ink Before I begin reading, I wear…

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Students need more than a great teacher to become a confident writer

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By Nzandi Murry, Expressions, India If you have taught an aspiring writer that had a passion for writing, but didn’t have the knack yet, you might already know that your knowledge (though necessary) is not all you need to help the student. In my experience of teaching teenagers and young adults, I have learned that…

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Tell It Online: Create Interactive and Engaging Online Media

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Online storytelling involves more than pouring content from a magazine or TV story onto the website. Learn the secrets of what kind of video stories become online hits. See why graphics and images are vital to online content and let us show you how to take your legacy media story and make it interactive online.…

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Who Said It? Attribution Matters

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By Carla Foote, Fine Print Editorial Attribution is ascribing a work or remark to a particular person. With the popularity of pithy sayings on social media, it is tempting to quickly Google a list of quotes from a famous person, such as Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr. or even Jesus. However, these quickly…

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33 Powerful On-Demand Workshops You’ll Wish You’d Watched Sooner

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Six times a year we host live workshops on various aspects of magazine publishing including writing, editing, management, design, and digital publishing. Occasionally we throw in topics like how to prevent burnout that we know you need. While we would love for all of you to join us during the live session, we know that…

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