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When you read an article in the paper or online, what is it that grabs your attention?
This statement has never been truer than when we are creating web content or online marketing materials.
Whose or who’s? If that is the question for you then read on.
I first read Death Comes to Pemberley the Christmas following its publication and approached it with eager anticipation.
An intriguing mystery/social commentary that alternates between Calgary and the Nigerian Delta; the story features a mix of eclectic and colourful characters.
Grammar mistakes, spelling errors, misuse of words...it remains uncertain whether these issues with the use of the English language have worsened in recent years, or whether we are simply seeing more instances now through the use of social media, texting and email.
From the number of stray apostrophes we notice around the place, it seems a small reminder might be appropriate.
Customer loyalty programs have been hugely successful for big business and should be utilized by smaller businesses too.
Those who loved The Kite Runner, will be eager to read Hosseini's second novel. Set in Afghanistan, the title of the novel is taken from a poem about Kabul.
You may have read this here before but it remains true nonetheless; your website is not for you or your company, it's for your readers - and potential customers. Never lose sight of this!
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