What does that really mean?: Words to avoid in PR

There are a lot of words and phrases businesses use internally that don’t work so well when it comes to PR. Writing for publication in the media is very different from writing for your business website or internal comms. While creative and enthusiastic language is often encouraged when it comes to writing for yourself, the

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Five top tips for editing your own writing

One of the hardest parts of perfecting your writing can be editing your own work. It’s common to feel too close to a piece to be able to see what needs to be tweaked. If that’s you, then try these editing tips. It’s helpful to think of editing in two sections: big picture and line

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7 tips to improve your writing

Writing is a skill that has to be honed over time, but today I’m sharing seven quick tips to take your writing to the next level. 1. Always say what you want in the least number of words possible I’m a chronic rambler in real life. I used to ramble a lot in my writing

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What you should avoid when pitching to Journalists

As PR professionals, pitching to a journalist is part of our every day and is almost second nature. It’s key to remember when pitching to journalists that there are a few things we must avoid. In this blog, we will be sharing with you our top tips covering what to avoid when sharing a potential

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The best pieces of writing advice I’ve ever received

As you may know, if you’re regular followers of the team here at Carnsight Communications, we’re all incredibly passionate about the written word. We love to write and writing is a huge part of what we do on a day to day basis. We write all sorts of things. If you’d like to hear more

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