Tips To Improve Your Business Writing In 2013Posted by Nicole
January has arrived, and for many, the time for rest, reflection, and rejuvenation has made way for business planning and goal setting. If one of your goals is to improve your business communication, here are some ideas to help you achieve your business writing goals in 2013.
Blog Your Way To Success
According to Brad Shorr of internet marketing agency, Straight North, in 2013 blogging will have become essential for business owners. In his article, You Must Blog And Blog Smart In 2013, Shorr outlines the reasons why blogging is so important, as well as hints for getting the best results with your blog.
If blogging is on your “to do” list for the new year, you may enjoy this post on The Art of Blogging for Business, as well as some of our blogging posts from the past year.
Turn Your Writing Weaknesses Into Strengths
Are you confident in your business writing skills? While some of us are aware we could use a refresher course in grammar and spelling, others may not have a clear sense of how effective — or ineffective — our business writing is. Meet Dr. Mark J. Perry, professor of economics and finance at the University of Michigan School of Management. Dr. Perry appreciates the importance of effective business writing, and has compiled a number of business writing quizzes on his blog to help entrepreneurs test their skills.
If you are looking for resources to help you become a better business writer, you might enjoy this custom-made business writing resource for entrepreneurs, The Creative, Ambitious Entrepreneur’s Guide To Better Business Writing.
We also offer business writing tips on our blog each and every week. Here are a few highlights from 2012:
I hope this post inspires you to make strides towards more effective writing and blogging in the new year. Please feel free to share your writing goals and your plans for attaining the in the comments below!