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Ever had one of those days when the content just wouldn't come? When you had no idea what to say? When you wondered why does your business require so...many...words?
We all do. The unspoke truth of being a business owner is that writing is a frequent, probably daily, task. There is a sale page to update, the blog entry to crank out, the emails to answer (so many emails to answer!), the clever social media post to craft.
So tell me, what stumps you most when it comes to writing for your business? Seriously, go over to the 423 Communication Facebook page and fill in the blank: Writing for my business is the worst when...
Go ahead and vent. It might just make you feel better and you'll be helping me help you. Decades spent developing corporate communication strategies means I've got quite a few tricks and tips up my sleeve for getting good content done quickly. So let me know what areas you need to most help with.*
*Pro Tip: Yes, you can end a sentence with a preposition**. But only if you want to sound like an actual human being.
**With. "With" is a preposition. Old school grammar books would tell you it's incorrect usage and I should have written that sentence as "So let me know the areas with which you need the most help." Pro Tip Two: Robot-speak is never in style.
Edited 6.23.17 to add: See? Even the Oxford Dictionaries blog agrees on the whole preposition mess.