Tag Archives | blogging

Refresher Course on Proper Grammar? Check.

I love Copyblogger.com… its an amusing fount of all things good for writers, regardless of writing stripe. The Copyblogger team routinely tackles writing mechanics, including gems like this post, or this one. And sometimes, they go the extra mile and generate the infographics such as the one below. If I can eradicate a then/than error, eliminate […]

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Relevant Content Matters. Or So I’ve Been Saying…

Evidently, I’ve been saying it often since I started writing this blog almost three years ago. The above graphic is a wordle created from the rss feed of my blog. There’s no way to date-limit or post-limit the data pulled… what’s in the feed, or what you enter into a text block provided (handy if […]

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Public Relations and Mental Gymnastics… View from the Intern’s Desk

This is a guest post by Brenna Wiebe, OSU Strategic Communications Senior and summer intern at Crossroads Communications. Brenna is working on a major in Public Relations and a minor in Marketing and will be writing on the blog from time to time this summer. I’m excited to have her as part of our team […]

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Why I’ve Not Been Around Much Lately

I rarely “just write something” here because I think you visit to read something more… whatever… than that. Most of you who’ve commented here over the past year are people I’ve connected with in some other medium, too, and I know you to be a smart, savvy bunch. You deserve more from me than just a post. So it isn’t really a matter of having the time to write… it’s having the time to think first, then write. Having enough mental space available to let the bigger thoughts germinate, grow and flower. And that has been in desperately short supply recently.

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Why Does Everything Look So Dark?!

Yes, I’m making changes on the blog/site. And yeah, it’s dark and the colors aren’t “me.” I’m working on it… you did arrive at the right place, it just doesn’t look like home yet. I loved the clean, simple lines and colors of my old site/theme, but the limited functionality was hindering its usability. So […]

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