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Write a winning awards entry

It’s the time of year again. The time when the poor sods in marketing and PR tear their hair out trying to jump through the hoops of the trophy Gods while chasing up facts, figures and research from colleagues who don’t want to cooperate. Bro, I’ve…

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9 old-fashioned words we should bring back

Bored of using the same old words for the same old things? Perhaps it’s time to go retro with your language (assuming you’re sassy enough to go ‘word rogue’, that is)? Although they sound as though they’ve scuttled straight out of the pages of Harry…

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Brands that totally nailed it: Brewdog

It’s not uncommon to majorly crush out on a brand. That’s what companies construct them for. Visuals and tone of voice come together in an intricate dance designed to give a personality, feeling and ‘face’ to a product or service, so you fall totally in…

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4 bad grammar and punctuation habits you’ve picked up since school

Social media is punching your good grammar and punctuation right in the balls. The dudes over at Oxford Dictionaries agree. They say that the online world is changing our writing habits for good because we no longer communicate in a formal way. We’ve thrown out the…

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‘A cauldron of bats’ and other really weird collective nouns

British English is a weird and twisted thing. It’s a West Germanic language made up of a mishmash of Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, French and Latin. British English has more variations than any other form of spoken English in the world. All these influences are piled together and compressed down…

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