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Why Web Style Solutions Are So Important

07th November 2012
Professional website design is very essential for every company, even though you might not be aware of it. The high top quality of your website design services can sketch guests in to your website, or generate them away. This is why choosing the right web... Read >
Author: Sharon Greenslade

Best Tips To Improve Writing skills

06th February 2012
A Better Understanding of Developing Good Writing and Communication Skills Better writing refers to the ability to communicate better. After spending extensive duration of time in reading material on various subjects you finally feel empowered with a g... Read >
Author: Amy Dyslex

Email Writing Tips to Improve Workplace Communication - Avoid Scary Subject Lines & Watch Your Tone

22nd November 2011
A couple of days ago, I received an email from a flustered colleague who needed my help to proofread a document. The subject line was, "URGENT!!!!!!" Instinctively, my fingers began to tremble and I seriously thought twice about opening that email. I w... Read >
Author: Marc Wong

Steps To Make Effective Apology Letters

21st April 2011
We have to accept the reality that no one is perfect and everybody commits a mistake several times a day. No one does these mistakes intentionally, that is why it is called mistake. Surely, we all feel regrets after making these mistakes. Maybe these acts... Read >
Author: nadine

Tips for Proper Wedding Invitation Wording

25th February 2011
When it comes to traditional wedding invitation wording, the principles tend to be quite different from normal, everyday writing. These special etiquette guidelines apply to punctuation, spelling, abbreviations and capitalization. Here are certain thi... Read >
Author: Sara Haese

4 Fun Ways to Decorate with Tassels

19th August 2010
How you decorate your home says a lot about you as a person. Are you neat and orderly? Clean lines and understated furnishings probably suit you best. Creative and disorganized? A little comfortable clutter never hurt anyone! But no matter how you choose ... Read >
Author: Sandy Winslow

The Clerical Civil Service Exam - How to Best Prepare

21st June 2010
Shannon was applying for a clerical position with her local county government. She desperately needed a job. Her current job was not paying the bills and she had no benefits. The government job would not only provide job security, but she would receive he... Read >
Author: Elizabeth R.

Standard Structural drafting practices, symbols and conventions

03rd February 2010
Structural drafting practices are very similar to that used in engineering drawing. Because of the complexity of structural drawings are generally produced by experienced engineer or expert structural drafter. Sheet Layout: The drawing paper need to ... Read >
Author: Richard Bose

Taking a free online transcription test

19th July 2009
Are you considering taking a free online transcription test? The vast majority of people who are aiming for a career in transcription services will find that it is almost mandatory to take an online transcription test at one point or another. This is espe... Read >
Author: Steve Turner

19 and a Half Killer Email Subject Line Tips & Examples

16th April 2009
The email subject line is the pivotal factor for whether or not your readers will actually open and look at your email. It essentially works in the same way as the title of a book or the headline of a news story. If you don't put enough effort in coming u... Read >
Author: Brenda Stokes

Bar and Bat Mitzvah Invitations – Accepted Etiquette

02nd April 2009
Your Bar or Bat Mitzvah will be a once in a lifetime event to remember. It is a day that celebrates the change from youth to maturity. This event is a great opportunity to connect with friends and relatives starting with your unique Bar / Bat Mitzvah invi... Read >
Author: Jeff Fain

How to Use a Sample Flight Attendant Cover Letter

14th October 2008
When you want to submit an application for a job as a flight attendant, you not only have to complete a questionnaire from the airline, but you have to submit a resume and a cover letter. The cover letter is designed to give the employer a brief snapshot ... Read >
Author: Ling Tong
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