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Hello ‘dear’ John – Sneaky Grammar #3

April 1, 2019

The third episode of Sneaky Grammar by Writesaver covers another seemingly simple grammar mistake. Most mistakes are merely embarrassing, but some can actually change the

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Complement Vs Compliment – Sneaky Grammar #2

February 1, 2019

  For the second episode of Sneaky Grammar we present another seemingly simple typo that can change the entire meaning of your sentence. If you

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The Difference Between “Willing” and “Want” – Sneaky G...

January 9, 2019

  Sneaky Grammar #1 – The Meaning of “Willing”   Grammatical mistakes are very common, even experienced authors can miss one every once in a

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Tips for Staying Organized as a Writer – or Any Other Professional

September 2, 2019

While most writers are fantastic at their craft, many tend to be more creative than they are analytical. This is the case no matter what

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CIOs and CDOs: What does the Future hold? – In the world of Logistics

June 20, 2019

A candid conversation with Tianbing Qian (TQ), SVP & Chief Digital Information Officer of Ports America I had a chance to catch up with Tianbing

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Authenticity is the New Integrity

June 13, 2019

Back in the days of plain language and real meaning, the concept of integrity was well understood and the definition of the word itself was

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The Real ‘Sharing Society’ In The Making…

May 28, 2019

How do we lay the foundations of a tangible sharing economy? When we think of a few successful startups, or “unicorns” as we call them

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Become a Wikipedia Expert with This Comprehensive Guide

May 7, 2019

If you find a competitor’s page on Wikipedia, you definitely might want one for yourself if you belong in the same field or industry. Today’s

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Hello ‘dear’ John – Sneaky Grammar #3

April 1, 2019

The third episode of Sneaky Grammar by Writesaver covers another seemingly simple grammar mistake. Most mistakes are merely embarrassing, but some can actually change the

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Kill Procrastination – Three Ways to Meet Project Deadlines Every Time

March 12, 2019

IT project managers have the same challenges that other project managers have. I wrote about the top 10 challenges in a previous article: “What are

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The ‘Win-Win-Win’​ Game

February 28, 2019

Bridging the gap between business and consumers with Game Theory… If the headline and subheading made you feel this article is for marketers and economists,

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Adrian’s Communication Tips – How to Add a Spark to Your Message

February 18, 2019

In this article, you will learn how to: * Make smart choices when adding a personal note * Tailor your approach in oral vs. written

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Complement Vs Compliment – Sneaky Grammar #2

February 1, 2019

  For the second episode of Sneaky Grammar we present another seemingly simple typo that can change the entire meaning of your sentence. If you

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Complement Vs Compliment – Sneaky Grammar #2

February 1, 2019

  For the second episode of Sneaky Grammar we present another seemingly simple typo that can change the entire meaning of your sentence. If you

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How to Choose a Proofreader

December 29, 2017

You’ve just written your college admissions essay, business proposal, or client presentation. You’ve stared at your writing for so long, you can’t look at it

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How to Self-Check your Grammar in English

July 20, 2017

Don’t have time to hire a professional proofreader? These tips will give you confidence in your own proofreading ability, enabling you to write grammatically correct

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Top Online Resources for Learning English Grammar

December 19, 2017

  Learning a new language takes sustained effort and practice, especially when it comes to grammar. English seems to have so many rules and exceptions

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Top 10 Blogs for Learning English Online

July 24, 2017

Blogs are a great way to immerse yourself into English By reading articles written in the language, you’re practicing your English, while learning something new

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3 Fun Ways to Learn English on Your Own

June 27, 2017

From the moment we are born we begin to learn a language: our language. We begin with listening. We listen to our families talk to

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4 Surprising Effects of Bad Grammar All Non-native English Speakers Should Know

November 10, 2017

No one would argue that communicating effectively while writing isn’t important. This is only becoming more true as emails and texts replace phone and face-to-face

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Hello ‘dear’ John – Sneaky Grammar #3

April 1, 2019

The third episode of Sneaky Grammar by Writesaver covers another seemingly simple grammar mistake. Most mistakes are merely embarrassing, but some can actually change the

Blog-2

How to Choose a Proofreader

December 29, 2017

You’ve just written your college admissions essay, business proposal, or client presentation. You’ve stared at your writing for so long, you can’t look at it

Blog-3

How to Self-Check your Grammar in English

July 20, 2017

Don’t have time to hire a professional proofreader? These tips will give you confidence in your own proofreading ability, enabling you to write grammatically correct

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The Best Online Proofreading Services for your English Writing

July 27, 2017

  These tools will help you write error free articles, every time. Rather than talk about ALL the many proofreading tools out there, I’m going

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Top Online Resources for Learning English Grammar

December 19, 2017

  Learning a new language takes sustained effort and practice, especially when it comes to grammar. English seems to have so many rules and exceptions

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Before You Hit Send: Grammar Mistakes to Watch for in Your Professional Emails

July 18, 2017

When you’re writing a business email, you are representing your company. Like wearing a suit to an interview, you want to make sure your email

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Top Grammar Mistakes to Look For in Your Résumé

July 3, 2017

With hundreds or thousands of candidates applying for the most popular job postings, competition for American jobs is fierce. On average, employers spend only six

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When to use Grammarly vs. Writesaver

November 17, 2017

If you’re not a native English speaker but need to use English for business, you’ll need a way to check your writing for mistakes. Whether

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4 Surprising Effects of Bad Grammar All Non-native English Speakers Should Know

November 10, 2017

No one would argue that communicating effectively while writing isn’t important. This is only becoming more true as emails and texts replace phone and face-to-face

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Three Lines of Defense

October 22, 2019

After 20 years in use, The Institute of Internal Audit (IIA) thinks it time to refresh the model referred to as “The Three Lines of

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How to Run a Translation Project for Dummies

September 24, 2019

Intro   Your company is growing and it aims to enter new markets abroad. You’re in charge of choosing the translation solutions that best fit

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Major Cyber Attack and Directors Duty to Prevent Insolvent Trading

September 20, 2019

In preparing for a LinkedIn article on Directors Duties related to a major CyberSecurity incident, I needed to get my head around the link between

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“Bridging the gap”

September 5, 2019

EU as a decisive party, balancing the scales of the global market.   We’re heading for a future with an increased amount of globalization, and

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Tips for Staying Organized as a Writer – or Any Other Professional

September 2, 2019

While most writers are fantastic at their craft, many tend to be more creative than they are analytical. This is the case no matter what

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Adrian’s Communication Tips – How to Add a Spark to Your Message

February 18, 2019

In this article, you will learn how to: * Make smart choices when adding a personal note * Tailor your approach in oral vs. written

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My Journey from Keeping a Diary to Blogging for my Niche Community

January 23, 2019

My love for writing started early, when I was 11 years or so. To me that was a creative outlet to express my emotions. Being

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It’s never too late, take as long as it takes, but bring your ideas to life!

January 16, 2019

Ten years ago, you would have found me in the dark on cool spring nights, sitting on top of the toilet in my family bathroom,

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How to Write Facebook Ads that Convert

January 3, 2018

How do you attract more leads with Facebook advertising? Juicy copy won’t fail to help. Check out a full guide on how to write an

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Preparing an American Style Cover Letter

January 28, 2018

Preparing an American Style Cover Letter Applying for your first job in the US? Maybe you have work experience elsewhere in the world, but this