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5 Bad Writing Habits You Can Break Today

Source for infographic: Grammar Check If you want to learn how to write a book, join our Writers Write course in Johannesburg or sign up for our online course. If you enjoyed this infographic, you may like these: 30 Filler Words To Cut Out Of Your Writing (Infographic) The…

How To Make Google Work For You

If you blog or write for social media, you probably use Google more than most people do. It's worth your while getting to know how to use it to make your life easier and to get the most out of this incredibly useful tool. You…

30 Filler Words To Cut Out Of Your Writing (Infographic)

What is a padding or filler word? According to Collins Dictionary: 'Padding is unnecessary words or information used to make a piece of writing or a speech longer. Synonyms: waffle [informal , mainly British] , hot air [informal] , verbiage, wordiness' In Business Writing Weak…

Why Social Media & Blogging Matter To Your Business

Where do you think your business referrals originate? On our blogging and social media course we spend time detailing which platforms work best for different industries. Once we have established a blog, we need to choose which social media platforms work for our purposes. You…

Which Country Reads The Most?

A Guide to Global Reading Habits "People read books not only for knowledge, but also for entertainment and as therapy. Since the printing press was invented in the 15th century, books have intrigued populations worldwide. The best-selling book of all time is Cervantes' Don Quixote, originally published in…

How To Tell A Great Business Story

If you need to tell a story about a personality in business, or about how a product changed a person's life, try the formula on this infographic. It will give you a starting point and a destination. This will work for talking about people in…

The Oxford Comma

According to the Oxford Dictionary, "The 'Oxford comma' is an optional comma before the word 'and' at the end of a list: We sell books, videos, and magazines. It's known as the Oxford comma because it was traditionally used by printers, readers, and editors at…

An Illustrated Look At Creating Dynamic Characters

"There's something wrong with your main characters, and you can't quite put your finger on it. When we struggle with creating a compelling, believable story for our protagonists, it most often boils down to one thing: we haven't fully grasped who they are, and what…

How To Write A Cover Letter – Step By Step

Source: Grammar Check If you enjoyed this infographic, you may like these: 15 Common Writing Mistakes That English Language Learners Make 21 Important Grammar Rules To Remember 5 Weak Words To Avoid & What To Use Instead
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