11 Common Mistakes Writers Make With Prepositions

Definition of prepositions:   Prepositions connect nouns and pronouns with other words in a sentence. They usually give information about time, places and direction. Common prepositions:  as, at, but, by, for, from, in, into, like, near, next, of, off, on, onto, out, over, than, to, up,…

42 Million Sim Card Users Can’t Be Ignored

Simplicity in mobile marketing is the answer. Most marketing ‘thought leaders’ stumble through their advice. They use long words, and boring sentences packed with jargon. Ironically their pitch is that you should never do this. It’s time for marketing ‘gurus’ to take their own advice.…

The Death Of Acronyms And Initialisms

Plain language means bigger tombstones. Immediately you sigh, relieved that you are not an undertaker or a headstone carver. But, alas, the business of dying, profitable as it is, is not the only business in need of change. Acronyms And Initialisms Mean Business - For…

What Your Words Say About You

'There has never, in history, been a greater demand for words.' ~Thad McIlroy, The Future of Writing Everything begins with a word. Everything you say. Everything you write. Everything you think. Without words, there is no news, no opinion, and no connection. You can have…