Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 5. Writing Business Messages
Kristin Piombino (photo, left) gives the facts and offers up an infographic.
"Check out the following infographic to learn why a mobile friendly site is essential for your business.
According to Jacqueline Whitmore (photo, left), "When we’re young, our parents and teachers often instill the importance of saying, “thank you.
"At Business Insider, it's our job to take notes," writes Drake Baer (photo, left).
"If you love infographics, you're hardly alone.
The Writer's Center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, features an article on the topic of writing clean, concise sentences.
Ben Schott (photo, left) presents his ten words.
"You only have few seconds to capture their attention before your message gets drowned in the sea of updates.
"Words are powerful things.
"This infographic by Kissmetrics will guide your through making the right color choices for your design.
"When I was in journalism school we called the failure to mention the most important, interesting, or attention-grabbing elements of a story in the first paragraph of a story 'burying the lede.
"Last weekend, I was browsing in the Cajun food section at the grocery store.
"With all its accents and dialects, the English language naturally includes variation in sound.
"Over the years SOAP has helped clients to create and deliver thousands of presentations in a lot of countries and in more markets and areas than we can count.
Eric Barker speaks to Steven Pinker (photo, left) on the subject.
Corey Eridon (photo, left) examines the data on the topic and provides the introduction to the infographic.
"One of my favourite sources for information and guidelines regarding referencing and citation styles is the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL).
Barbara Pachter (photo, left) reveals common speaking mistakes even professionals make.
"Whether it’s academic, corporate, or technical text, or you're simply trying to think of what to scribble on a colleague’s birthday card, writing can be bewildering, tedious work," declares Laura Hale Brockway (photo, left).
Take a look at the infographic on the topic at eLearningInfoGraphics.
"How long should my tweet be?
"Learn the proper business etiquette for using mobile devices.