Featured Topic: Editorial Methods
How can you edit quickly but correctly? John McIntyre gives you guidelines, and we got two usage lessons to put to work. In today’s News Roundup.
Featured Topic: Finding Work
Today’s News Roundup includes stories that teach you to use Twitter and the Internet in general for finding work.
Featured Topic: The Mechanics of Editing
Today’s News Roundup explores the use of slang, new preposition combinations, and funky company names. Ready to improve your editing? Let’s go!
Featured Topic: Grammar and Usage
Get your fill of grammar news! Today’s collection of stories looks at a couple of hot buttons—effect/affect and different from/than/to. Plus June Casagrande talks attributive nouns.
Featured Topic: Marketing with Social Media
These days freelancers and employees alike are making use of social media to marketing themselves. In this week’s News Roundup, how you can make the most out of Twitter, Pinterest, and your blog.
Featured Topic: Freelancing
This week’s roundup is all about running your freelance business, with advice on how to structure your business, brand it, and keep it running smoothly.
Featured Topic: Word News
Word lovers, rejoice! Both Merriam-Webster Unabridged and Cambridge Dictionaries Online have added new words for your reading pleasure. Plus, we have some practical advice on using literally.
Featured Topic: Grammar
Hung over from yesterday’s National Grammar Day festivities? Try a little hair of the dog.
How we approach editing is as important as how well we edit. This week, we focus on the difference between rules and styles, the different types of quality, and some punchy alternatives for very.
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