Every business has to write. Everything from websites to local ads. Guest author Denise McGill contributed an outstanding series of articles about writing at Small Biz Survival. It was such a great series, so practical, that I asked her to create an ebook of the series, so we could share it further.
Denise put it together, and here it is. Download the booklet, Writing Tips For Small Business Owners.
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Writing clearly and concisely is a extrememly important in business writing. People spend so little time actually reading your stuff that you don’t want to have anything in there that breaks their attention span. The tip of “don’t make a customer read a sentence twice” is so true, they just won’t spend that kind of time.
Thanks for this,
Becky McCray says
Thanks, Matt. I agree! Seldom do we realize just ho much writing small biz owners have to do. It pays to improve your skills.
Deb Sioux says
Thank you, Becky. I am always looking for great writing tips for my high school business students, and you have given some dynamite tips and examples.