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Yikes! Save Some of Those Exclamation Points for a Rainy Day

Sometimes, words are simply not enough. There are times when we need to make sure our readers understand that a statement is super important, urgent, exciting or scary. Enter the exclamation [...]

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The 5 Most-Read Fiore Feed Articles from 2015

Every week, our team reviews the best online articles we can find on a variety of topics related to business, grammar, social media, marketing, communication and more and deliver the best five to [...]

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How to Transition from Academic Writing to Blogging

As I finish up my editing internship this summer and approach the last semester of my undergraduate career at Florida State University, I can’t help but think about the drastic differences [...]

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3 Steps for Brewing Better Blog Posts

Although it might sound a little crazy, a lot can be learned from a cup of coffee, even when it comes to writing a blog post. Comparing a blog post to the formation of a cup of Joe can help you [...]

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From Backpack to Briefcase: The Transition from Academic to Professional Writing

In my short time as an intern at Fiore Communications, I feel as though I’ve learned almost as much about writing as I have during my two years in the Editing, Writing, and Media program at [...]

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Keepin’ it Real: Fresh Writing for Common Topics

When writing for a blog, oftentimes you will find yourself writing about topics that many other people have covered before. A quick Google search is bound to pull up countless blogs and articles [...]

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Style or Substance? How About Both?

"It's about what you write, not how well you write it." Like a dagger to the heart, those words from a new email newsletter client pierced my writer's soul and made me question the purpose of [...]

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Writing is a Great Skill for Tough Times

I got a phone call this week from a client who does not hire me nearly as much as he used to. In fact, I haven't written a story for his publication in a year or so. He says it's because of [...]

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Getting Bored with Your Own Writing

I just erased an entire blog post that was intended for this spot. I had an interesting anecdote to start things out and tied it to an important business principle, but when I read it back it [...]

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Ask Questions with Childlike Persistence

As any parent with young children will tell you, kids have no problem asking questions. Even the simplest declaration can set off an avalanche of inquiries that would make the most experienced [...]

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