Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 5. Writing Business Messages
"Most people believe gender influences conversation.
From the folks at Educational Technology and Mobile Learning.
"As writers, editors, and PR professionals, we are keenly aware of having to fight for readers’ attention," declares Laura Hale Brockway (photo, left).
"Learn how to write for mobile devices.
Drake Baer presents the case.
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"No matter how unselfish you are, you probably still find yourself trying to influence people to do the things you want them to do.
Emmie Martin of BusinessInsider.
"So, you've decided to move on.
"Brands are trying their hardest to rewire the way you speak--renaming products, what we call ourselves at work, and even how we think about ourselves as customers.
"How well you use words can make a lasting impression on people.
"There are so many interesting facts and numbers in the world of presentations, this infographic could be 5 times the size.
"Our focus has shifted from Social Media to VISUAL Social Media.
"Learn job search strategies using mobile devices.
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"To explore the psyche of a people, do not look at what they do – look at what they do wrong.
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"Learn how to design content for mobile devices.
According to Vicki Davis, "Every email message from a parent or colleague is an opportunity to create a powerful impression.
Jeff Haden gives fair warning about word traps.
According to Bob Hutchins, "What people are sharing and how they’re sharing it is changing.
"To many people, LinkedIn seems like a chaotic, confusing mess," declares Janet Scarborough Civitelli, Ph.
Richard Feloni and Mike Nudelman, with BusinessInsider.