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Laura Hale Brockway
39 ways to close your emails If you’re emailing a stranger, you might want to stick with traditional sign-offs, but if you’re close to the person you’re messaging, why not have a little fun with it?
 

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Is your content memorable?
Enter PR Daily’s 2018 Content Marketing Awards. Save $50 when you enter by June 13.
 
Brendan Gannon
30 jobs in the PR and marketing world
Employees favor a career that values life outside the cubicle. Find out which organizations provide a primo work-life balance, and then peruse our list of current openings.
 
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Share the causes and campaigns your organization champions
Enter PR Daily’s 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Awards. We’ve extended the deadline to May 30.
 
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How to overcome your most stubborn writing challenges
Join experts in Boston this summer for a conference filled with tips to revive your writing.
 
Laura Hale Brockway
29 words with unexpected spellings
Some words have straightforward constructions, while others can stump even the most proficient spellers. Can you nail these brainteasers?
 
George Aird
5 ways to slash bounce rates and drive conversions
The higher your bounce rate, the less time people are spending on your page, getting to know your brand. Here’s how to keep restless readers hooked.
 
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3 executive communications roadblocks that are more common than you think
Join experts this fall and learn how to craft authentic communications that connect executives to stakeholders.
 
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In the ever-changing health care industry, how does your organization stand out?
Enter one of 18 categories in Ragan’s 2018 Heath Care PR and Marketing Awards.
 
Lucas Miller
5 tips for more engaging online writing
Short, simple, enticing prose isn’t just a writer’s goal; it’s also something consumers crave.
 
Mark Nichol
Confused about parentheses and brackets? Here’s help
The rounded and hard-angled punctuation marks set off bits of text in distinct and specific ways. This guide tells you when and how to use them.
 
Ted Kitterman
Infographic: 20 places to get winning content ideas
Running low on inspiration? Try one of these sources to develop new angles for your content creation efforts and bring in new readers.
 
Michelle Garrett
Why and how communicators should improve their writing
Amid a torrent of information in the industry today, verbal prowess is essential for success. Follow these guidelines to step up your game and stand out in an increasingly crowded field.
 
Beki Winchel
AP Stylebook’s guide to the royal wedding
If you’re penning an article about the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, these tips can help you avoid capitalization, punctuation and other unsavory writing errors.
 
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The 5 most popular stories on PR Daily this week
This week, readers were interested in what to include in your branding style guide, how to create a stellar LinkedIn profile, alternatives to using hashtags on Instagram and more.
 
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