Category: Copywriting

Copywriter’s Guide: How to get your press release read

The ### at the end of a press release

You’ve carefully crafted your press release, now how do you get the important editors to actually read it? You might have to re-craft it first!

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Pick and stick your style

A style guide can help save you from arguements!

It’s OK to have your own style, as long as you know what it is. Your best bet is to create an internal style manual so that your writing will be consistent and professional.

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Copywriter’s Guide: What to put in your press release

Newspaper press release

You may know the basics of writing a press release – but what should you actually put in it to get it read and responded to? This quick guide will help!

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Copywriter’s Guide: Deadlines for submissions

Deadlines are important

If you are submitting your event for a publication or organization’s calendar, be sure to hit the deadline – it’s earlier than you think!

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Copywriter’s Guide: submitting events

Events wordle

Are you a promoter or copywriter trying to get your event listed with a major publication? Read this!

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Commas 101: The Hierarchy of Adjectives

When you have a string of adjectives, where do you stick the comma? Or, do you stick any at all? This quick and easy guide will help you.

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Commas 101: There are rules!

This is the introduction to a series on correct comma usage.

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When quotes are “scary” or “random”

When should you use quotes for “emphasis?” NEVER!

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