This post is a continuation of Six Terrible Writing Mistakes to Avoid – I published on 18th October 2016. We have discussed the first three writing mistakes in the previous article. Click here to view the first part.
Writing is a series of choices. As you work on a paper, you choose your topic, your approach, your sources, and your thesis; when it’s time to write, you have to choose the words you will use to express your ideas and decide how you will arrange those words into sentences and paragraphs. As you […]
The expeditious world of today craves to get everything in a split second. People have lost patience and are in a haste to accomplish things. Let’s brush up on the progression of writing through the ages.
This is the second post of a two-part series on ‘8 Bruising Things I Learnt in My First Job as a Content Writer.’ Click here for part one! In the previous article, eight pugilists slugged it out against each other to determine which one was the best in each category. Now, eight more will do […]
Are you planning to be a content writer? At Blogs and Courses, we use many writing and publishing tools, and some work better than others. I pitted sixteen contenders in eight gruelling bouts and will give you a blow-by-blow account as they go head-to-head to determine to determine the victor.
Today I am starting a series of posts covering material used in our blogging workshops and extracted from my guidebook, “Business Blogging for Beginners”. “Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man.” – Francis Bacon. The series of posts is a guide to help you conquer the fear of […]
“Of all God’s gifts to the sighted man, color is holiest, the most divine, the most solemn”, said John Ruskin Have you heard of a startup called Color Labs, Inc which supposedly paid $350,000 for the color.com domain name in 2010? From wiki, here’s what I could glean about Color.com: Founded in Palo Alto, California […]
If your task is getting visitors to a low-ranking company site or blog, then you have a job that’s more demanding than Virat Kohli’s. Virat (derived from the Sanskrit viraat meaning huge or massive) has single-handedly carried the Indian cricket team on his shoulders in the World T20 tournament, much to the delight of Indian […]
Over 2.4 crores freshers look for a job in India each year. 2.1 crores of them are graduates and the rest post graduates. About 47% are still unemployed even after 6 months of graduating, searching for the right opportunity. Failing to crack the interview at your dream company at the first attempt or even […]
Performance appraisal or Performance evaluation is usually an annual chore that many managers are not very comfortable with. Hence the long delays in getting the promotions and salary increments completed as the appraisals have not been returned back. I have attempted to simplify the whole exercise and help bring more logic that may be palatable to the employee as they perceive themselves at the receiving end of many an appraisal!