For all the advantages of the Internet, the acceleration of communication, quantity of communication, and format of communication tends to have consequences. Sometimes quality of the communication is diminished.
How can you improve you writing so it stand out? As part of my "On Writing And Editing" class for the "Writing For Public Relations" course at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, I pulled together several tips on effective writing from professionals, and underscored them by thoughts from Robert Louis Stevenson, Mark Twain, and Ernest Hemingway.
You can find the deck here: "On Writing And Editing" If you take a look, you might notice many of these writers and communicators make relatively the same points in different ways.