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Negotiating like an American to Make Sure Everyone Comes Out Ahead

March 12, 2018

Congratulations! You’ve followed our proposal process, and the client has selected you as their future digital marketing agency! It’s been a long process full of

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What to do after a Pitch to Win the Deal

March 9, 2018

So, you’ve put together a killer proposal, nailed the pitch, and now you might be wondering what to do next. Well, stop wondering, because we’re

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Winning the Deal: Delivering a Brilliant Pitch Presentation to US-based Business...

March 7, 2018

Part 5 of Winning American Clients for Outsourced Digital Marketing Agencies The pitch presentation is when you present your proposal to the client, either via

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Creating a Killer Outreach Plan to Get to the Proposal Stage

February 27, 2018

You’ve just received an email from a new prospective client from the US asking about your services, found a request on Upwork or another job

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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

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How to Write a Farewell Letter to Colleagues: The art of saying goodbye

January 11, 2018

You can love or hate, ignore or admire them – in the end, you have to say ‘goodbye’ to your colleagues. And the best way

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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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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 Write Holiday Greetings for Clients: a full guide with examples

December 20, 2017

Looking for cool examples of corporate holiday wishes? We’ve already got a bunch of inspiring ideas. Learn how to write a splendid greeting and touch

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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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16 Common English Mistakes even the Best English Writers Make

November 15, 2017

Every English learner struggles with certain grammar or vocabulary choices that are different or strange in their mother language. These peculiarities in the English language

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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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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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3 Fun Ways to Learn English on Your Own

June 27, 2017

by Lisa Rogers   From the moment we are born we begin to learn a language: our language. We begin with listening. We listen to

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16 Common English Mistakes even the Best English Writers Make

November 15, 2017

Every English learner struggles with certain grammar or vocabulary choices that are different or strange in their mother language. These peculiarities in the English language

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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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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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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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How to Write a Farewell Letter to Colleagues: The art of saying goodbye

January 11, 2018

You can love or hate, ignore or admire them – in the end, you have to say ‘goodbye’ to your colleagues. And the best way

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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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How to Write Holiday Greetings for Clients: a full guide with examples

December 20, 2017

Looking for cool examples of corporate holiday wishes? We’ve already got a bunch of inspiring ideas. Learn how to write a splendid greeting and touch

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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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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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How to Proofread your English Blog Posts Online

July 18, 2017

Let’s talk about something no one likes doing, but is still a crucial part of writing an online blog post: Proofreading. While writing creative paragraphs,

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How Error-Free Writing Can Boost your Business

July 18, 2017

In my first job out of university, I proofread executive correspondence, newsletters, and other marketing materials. I was often the third or fourth person to

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Writing an Amazing Digital Marketing Proposal

March 4, 2018

In our past lessons, we cleaned up your web presence, taught you a little about American business culture, and took you through the initial messages

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Websites, Social Profiles, and Reviews: How to Make Sure Your Online Presence Is...

February 27, 2018

We all know your presence on the web is crucial to earning you sales. This is especially true if you’re a digital marketing firm, because

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What You Need to Know About American Business Culture: Key Facts for Selling to ...

February 22, 2018

Our first post here is going to talk about American business culture. We’ll talk about some key points to keep in mind that will affect

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How to Write a Farewell Letter to Colleagues: The art of saying goodbye

January 11, 2018

You can love or hate, ignore or admire them – in the end, you have to say ‘goodbye’ to your colleagues. And the best way

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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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A cheat note for PR specialists: how to make official requests not so official

November 21, 2017

Ever wondered how to find the right tone of voice for your PR request? Our cheat sheet will help your business letter sound friendly and

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Business Meeting Cultures Around the World

July 27, 2017

How we conduct ourselves in meetings is important worldwide. If you have business in another country, it’s a good idea to plan ahead. Know who

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How Error-Free Writing Can Boost your Business

July 18, 2017

In my first job out of university, I proofread executive correspondence, newsletters, and other marketing materials. I was often the third or fourth person to

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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