Free Articles and Tutorials: Writing

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20 Free and Paid Business Writing Training Resources

In business, writing can make or break us.

Well-crafted words can build corporations, change minds, trigger emotions, and inspire communities.

Despite these benefits, many professionals lack the writing skills they need to perform. Research shows that writing is one of the largest skill gaps.

By investing in writing training, companies close the gap and reap the rewards of clear, concise, communication.

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Writing: Tips and Tricks

Here we provide a list of free articles and tutorials of tips and tricks that will improve your writing.

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How to Capitalize Headings and Titles

Business documents are often broken up into sections for clarity and organization. Each of those sections will have a title, heading, or subheading. There are correct formats regarding capitalization for these titles and headings. Just follow these simple rules.

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How to Cite a Print Source in APA Style

Whenever you use a source for information in a paper, article, or book, the source must be given credit for the material. APA (American Psychological Association) style dictates a specific method of creating that in-text citation.

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How to Use Paragraphs Correctly in Business Writing

There are several different types of paragraphs, but four are primarily used in business writing. To understand what type of paragraph you want to write, you will need to determine the purpose of the document.

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How to Write an Executive Summary in APA Style

An executive summary is a section appearing at the beginning of a long document. It offers the reader a concise, accurate, and conclusive summary of the document. The following information will help you create an executive summary that follows APA format.

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Rules for Using Commas

Commas are punctuation marks that perhaps cause the most trouble for many writers. The comma is used to separate things, ideas, or thoughts in a sentence. Some writers use too many, and some don't use enough.

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