Reblogged from PR Daily ~ By Laura Hale Brockway | Posted: April 18, 2012 Circumlocution is so prevalent in today’s corporate writing that we may not even notice it. In case you’re unfamiliar, circumlocution is the use of many words when one will do. For example, writing “at this point in time” when “now” will work. As PR Daily publisher Mark… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: 20 phrases you can replace with one word
Reblogged from How Stuff Works ~ BY JULIA LAYTON . Photo courtesy FBI On TV shows like “CSI,” viewers get to watch as investigators find and collect evidence at the scene of a crime, making blood appear as if by magic and swabbing every mouth in the vicinity. Many of us believe we have a pretty good grip on… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: How Crime Scene Investigation Works
Reblogged from Springhole.net ~ Throughout our forays into fantasy fiction, DML and I have noticed that wide, gaping plotholes tend to surround vampires – so we’ve collaborated to call them out so that future fantasy writers can account for and avoid them. Table of Contents The implications of not showing up in mirrors, photographs, or… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Common Plotholes In Vampire Fiction
Reblogged from Direct Expose ~ LIFE |NOV 2, 2017 |MELINA PAPADOPOULOS ~ Some people are capable of some truly sinister things, so much so that many of us might prefer not to think about all the evil lurking out there. Other times, however, we find ourselves strangely fascinated by just how dark human nature can be. Sometimes… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: The World’s Most Dangerous Female Criminals
SmartURL Don’t think that the only thing SmartURL has to offer is a shortened link. It does so much more. Not only does it give you a view-at-a-glance of how many times your link has been clicked, but it also provides a simple, easy to make and use, International link for your readers. Don’t underestimate… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: How to Make Social Media Statistics Work for You!
The funny thing about social media is that it all revolves around numbers. You go to follow a celeb online and what you’ll likely see is that 80% of their profile is people following them and the other 20% are select accounts they follow in return. That’s not what us regular folk experience. On sites… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Following vs Followers