These are a few of our favorite slides
At Wylie Communications, we’re getting ready for our 2020 Master Classes. With that in mind, I wanted to share some of my favorite slides from our workshops:
It may be the most famous split infinitive of all time — Star Trek’s opening-sequence voice over:
That’s a split infinitive, because the adverb “boldly” separates, or splits, the verb “to go.”… Read the full article
When you organize your copy logically, readers can read it more easily and get more out of it.
Or so says Bonnie J.… Read the full article
Have you been thinking about bringing me in for a writing workshop early next year?
If so, let’s act fast.… Read the full article
We’ve revved up RevUpReadership.com, the toolbox for writers, is now better than ever. Now she’s faster, friendlier and more fascinating — not to mention waaaaay better looking.… Read the full article
Too often, the job of producing communications leaves little time for considering what you’re doing well and what opportunities you have for improvement.
“What’s worse than training your workers and losing them? Not training them and keeping them.”
— Zig Ziglar,
I was having lunch with the vice president of corporate communications at a California-based Fortune 500 company when the topic of bad writing came up.… Read the full article
Create engaging, effective publications with Wylie Communications Inc.’s consulting services.… Read the full article