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This Is Why You Need to Write Creative Content


Join PRSA and Ann Wylie at Master the Art of Storytelling , our persuasive-writing workshop, starting May 17. The biggest risk in communications is not that we might offend someone with creativity or write something that’s eye-rollingly goofy. The key is to make our content more creative. Why creative content writing?

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Building relationships with clients through storytelling & creative writing

Agility PR Solutions

One approach to take is storytelling and creative writing. But how do you go about fostering these meaningful connections?


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Writing For Journalism And Writing For PR: How They Differ

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

I was a journalism major, so most of my writing experience in college had a reporting angle. Whether it was through classes, writing for the school newspaper , or my personal blogs, my writing involved reporting facts, interviewing subjects, and taking down their quotes. What are you writing about? You report the facts.

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8 Writing Tips I’m Thankful for This Year


That means that if you write at the 11th-grade reading level, then you’ll miss 97 percent of Americans. Most writers spend very little time getting ready to write, more time writing and the most time fixing what they’ve written. But comma-jockeying ain’t writing, and the result is some pretty tepid prose.

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S&T Live Recap: Tapping Into Your Childhood Creativity to Find Your Muse Today


Just as we did when children, as professionals, “we have to give ourselves permission to be creative and to hear that muse.”. Organizational structures can stifle creativity but “for me, now, it’s so important in the morning to find that quiet place, so I can find that muse,” she said.

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Writing Your First Book: Lessons from The Lean Startup

Deirdre Breakenridge

What is the hardest part about writing a book?”. Most writers I have come across tell me writing a book is both extremely rewarding and at the same time one of the biggest challenges they have ever taken on. The idea is simple, but powerful: Test your idea for a book before investing too much of your time actually writing the book.

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The Craft of Creative Writing


The Craft of Creative Writing. For 2017, my super awesome Secret Santa, Michelle, gave me a book by Dani Shapiro, titled, “Still Writing – The Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life.” In her book, Dani compares the beginning of the writing process to a jigsaw puzzle. She advises writers to “Build a corner.

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