Monthly Archive: March 2017

Why Your Brochure Stinks (And How You Can Fix It)

Brochures play an important role in business because they inform, persuade, and show your product, service, and company at its best. Yet a brochure, like any other piece of writing, can be easily brought down by a number of fixable…
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3 Tips for Using Voice Dictation Software

Voice dictation software is a relatively new tool, but dictating your text is not a new thing. President Theodore Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and author Sidney Sheldon are examples of authors who dictated their works. According to Roosevelt…
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Texana Thursday: 4 Fun Facts about Texas Bluebonnets

Springtime means many things—thoughts turning to love, spring break vacations, spring cleanings, and the like. In Texas, springtime also means going out to see the bluebonnets blooming in the countryside. They’re lovely to look at and are unique to Texas….
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3 Likely Topics for White Papers

A white paper, according to the copywriter Robert W. Bly, is a promotional piece in the guise of an informational article or report. White papers educate people and help them make decisions. White papers provide information in a semi-objective fashion….
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Texana Thursday: Three Counties in One Park

  Harris County has plenty of parks. This is understandable, given that the fourth-largest city in the country, Houston, is the county seat. Some of these parks are historical in nature, such as the Sam Houston Park in downtown Houston,…
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3 Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Articles

Well-written articles remain the best way to get your message out there. Articles not only tell your story, but they can also help your audience see how its best interest is served by following the guidance your article provides. For…
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