Link roundup

Losing your Friday focus? Ease into the weekend by catching up on the latest marketing and business news: According to a new survey from Pew Research, 19 percent of Internet users say they use Twitter or another form of social media to share and read updates. Speaking of Twitter … 48 percent of people who saw a brand’s name on […]

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Style Guru

More than and over are not interchangeable. A common mistake is to use “over” for “more than” when referencing amounts or numerals. These words are not interchangeable. Do not use “over” unless you are referring to a spatial relationship. For figures and amounts, the correct phrase is “more than.” Correct: The corporate office employs “more […]

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Link roundup

Losing your Friday focus? Ease into the weekend by catching up on the latest marketing and business news: More than half of senior executives surveyed in a new study from Dormeus and the Financial Times believe we’re headed for a global economic recovery in the next six months. Kellogg Co. increases advertising spending in tough times, and credits the move with […]

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Introducing our Style Guru

Our Style Guru isn’t concerned with the latest fashions. She is, however, on the hunt for misplaced modifiers, dangling participles, run-on sentences and other writing errors. Each Monday, she will share a grammar, usage or style tip to help you improve your business communications. No pencils required! Does your writing have impact? “Impact” means a […]

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