Even if You’re Trying, You’re Probably not Writing for the Average American

by Meredith Larson If you’re reading this, you probably have a job where you read and write 40+ hours a week, you are likely to read and write for pleasure, and you may even have a bookcase at home. For people for whom reading and writing are as common as air and water, it is … Continue reading Even if You’re Trying, You’re Probably not Writing for the Average American

Top 7 Social Media Calendar Planning Tips

By Tracey Batacan Some government organizations are beginning to tap into the potential of leveraging social media channels to amplify their brand, foster two-way communications with stakeholders as well as keep target audiences informed about organizational news. While these new media tools are a great resource, it does require some prep work in advance before … Continue reading Top 7 Social Media Calendar Planning Tips

Three-Part Series on Writing Clearly and Concisely: Part I – Coherent Paragraphs Are Better Than Cohesive Ones

By David Chrisinger My hometown, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, is home to the legendary woodland creature, the Hodag. The Hodag is a folkloric animal that is said to have the head of a frog, the face of a giant elephant, thick short legs, huge claws, the back of a dinosaur, and a long tail with a spike … Continue reading Three-Part Series on Writing Clearly and Concisely: Part I – Coherent Paragraphs Are Better Than Cohesive Ones