The heart of effective communications is clear writing.
Whether we are writing an executive script, an Intranet article or a 140-character Tweet, every word must be clear and concise.
At Rhudy & Co., we help our clients tell their stories – through words, pictures, video and other media. In the future, the communication channels will continue to evolve beyond Tumblr and Twitter. Regardless of the medium, communicators will need to continue shaping letters into words, words in sentences and sentences into paragraphs (sometimes).
To ensure our words flow into engaging sentences, we need to focus on the fundamentals of writing. Sentence structure, verb conjugation and word choice are critical.
15 grammar goofs and how to avoid them
Check out this infographic “15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly” by Blueglass and Brian Clark, the founder of Copyblogger and CEO of Copyblogger Media. As a serial entrepreneur, Clark is also the editor-in-chief of Entreproducer. Be one of the nearly 105,000 people who follow him on Twitter.
Clark’s approach in sharing this information with the masses and allowing perfect strangers to reshare it on social media and blogs is brilliant. In fact, I first saw this post from my communications colleague Robert Holland. He shared it with me and now I’m sharing it with you.
That’s good content. No, that’s great content.