When you talk about turkey with all the trimmings, what do you call the dish that accompanies the bird? Our Grammar Hammer tackles the stuffing vs. dressing debate and why it’s important to understand a language’s regional variations.
Like a delicious casserole, our latest Content We Love by the National Pork Board layers multiple holiday angles and compelling content elements to cook up a multimedia news release that warms the hearts (and bellies) of its audience.
How can you ensure your press release gets in front of the right audience when there’s so much competition for attention? These 4 tips will help you write a press release that cuts through the clutter and makes a lasting impression.
In a recent press release, Cheetos decided it’s not enough to jump on the election bandwagon. They’re driving their own (election) party bus as Chester Cheetah sinks his teeth into politics and campaigns for mayor of Chester, Montana.
The holidays offer a number of opportunities to create compelling content. Inspired by the popular carol, here are “12 Days of Content Ideas” to fill your press release and editorial calendars with holiday-themed treats for everyone.
Corporate expansion often comes with its share of growing pains, but it can also be a great opportunity. Learn how to showcase the impact your growth will have with these writing tips for corporate expansion press releases.
As holiday party season approaches, there’s one type of get-together that product marketers want to be invited to: the holiday product round-up. Learn how to write a feature release that will land you an invite.
September 24th marked the 11th annual National Punctuation Day. In honor of it, our Grammar Hammer answers the question “What punctuation mark do you find the most difficult to master?” and offers her three tips for mastering it.
Where do you place punctuation when you’re dealing with quotation marks? PR Newswire’s Grammar Hammer explains whether punctuation should go inside or outside of quotes – and why the answer isn’t so simple.
Jul 29, 2015
Do you struggle with distinguishing between “past” and “passed” in your writing? PR Newswire’s Grammar Hammer looks at the different meanings of each word and shares tips on how to remember to use them properly.
Jul 24, 2015
It’s easy to fall into a formula when writing a personnel announcement. By making a few adjustments, your next personnel press release can inject personality into your brand’s story and catch the attention of influencers and customers.
Your press release won’t reach its full engagement potential unless you make it shareable, and that starts during the writing process. Here are three things to do that will make your press release worth sharing on social media.
Press releases are becoming more common as a way for content marketers and blog managers to drive traffic to their owned media channels. Learn how to develop and execute a content release strategy from start to finish.
The press release of 2015 looks very different compared to what PR Newswire first distributed in 1954. However, we still see some die-hard press release practices that are less necessary in today’s digital world.
Quoting your brand’s thought leaders in a press release can be an effective way to offer readers a peek into your organization and inspire them to take action. Learn how to strategically leverage quotations with these five tips.
May 28, 2015
Inc.com recently published a list of 20 embarrassing errors even smart writers make. Among the most commonly misused expressions was the phrasal verb “honed in.” PR Newswire’s Grammar Hammer explains the difference between home in and hone in.
Apr 16, 2015
Typos are not just embarrassing, they also can cost a lot of money. We’ve all heard horror stories of a missing number in a sales price and the eagle-eyed customers who reaped the savings. To avoid similar issues with your brand’s content, PR Newswire’s customer content services team copy edits hundreds of press releases every day and corrects thousands of would-be […]