Good grammar is the key to effective communication—and promotions

Stop embarrassing misspellings with this handy grammar checker app.

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  • Digital communication results in numerous grammar mistakes.
  • Learning proper grammar makes you a better and more effective communicator.
  • People with fewer grammar mistakes in their online profiles achieve higher positions and receive more promotions at work.
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Want to break into copywriting? Take this course bundle to go pro.

Launch your own copywriting career with these courses.

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  • The Complete Digital Copywriting Master Class Bundle explains the art of becoming a skilled copywriter.
  • Courses offer training in how to persuade an audience and motivate action.
  • This $1,177 course package is on sale now for only $39.
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Write killer sentences with Ludwig, the premium writing tool

This sentence search engine takes an innovative approach to improving your writing skills.

  • Ludwig is a search engine that critiques and offers help to improve your sentences.
  • Ludwig's database includes 200 million expert English sentences for reference.
  • Regularly $299.99, a lifetime of Ludwig access is now only $119.
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Study: Can you tell a meaningful quote from ‘pseudo-profound bullsh*t’?

Your answer might depend on whom the quote is attributed to, according to the results of a recent study.

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  • In recent years, psychologists have been studying how and why people often view meaningless statements as profound.
  • A recent study examined how contextual factors (such as adding attribution) affect interpretation of pseudo-profound quotes.
  • Check out some of the quotes from the study listed below.
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How to keep your audience engaged

Tips on telling human stories that audiences want to hear from start to finish.

  • The most important part of being a writer is feeling that you're not important and that the work you're doing is not about you.
  • "A journalist is someone who is willing to disappoint themselves with the truth."
  • Every piece of journalism has a narrative arc, and that arc is integral to any human storytelling.
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