It’s easy to forget content’s core purpose in the face of an ever-expanding list of new tactics, trends, data, and content tools. These tips from Forbes will get you back on track and help you bring value to your audience in no time.
When inspiration (or duty) calls, you’ve got to answer—use these handy tools for the on-the-go Chaucer in all of us.
If you’re getting bogged down by a client or coworker’s vision, this framework can help solve the problem.
Take it from Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn: “Your focus determines your reality.” Amid a relentless stream of emails, meetings, and stimuli, scheduling periods of alone time to focus on the important stuff is key, says Harvard Business Review.
There’s no one-size-fits-all secret to getting your writing done, but these might help.
For all our word nerds out there: The Economist charts the change in taboos through a history of slang.
Evidence from Harvard Business Review suggests that hands-on managerial CEOs are, on average, less effective than leaders who stay more high-level.
Despite all the money law firms spend on internet marketing, Above the Law says, more people choose a lawyer by a referral from a friend, relative, or another lawyer than any other method.
Author Nicole Krauss weighs in: does writing from a male perspective remove certain expectations and confer authenticity?
In defense of a platform that promotes self-editing and a concise thesis. The New York Times says: “Twitter has always been the jazz of the internet.”