Business Writing: The New Hotcake

Business Writing: The New Hotcake

Unsurprisingly, many articles have been developed to inform the public about how writers and their clients can benefit from business writing. So, why all the fuss about business writing? This article discusses in detail what business writing is all about and why writers should pay attention to it.

How to Market Products and Services through Content Writing

How to Market Products and Services through Content Writing

The idea is to write conversationally, and what better way to do this than to personalize your writing? Make them feel you are right beside them having a conversation with them. The use of the personal pronoun, “You” can help you to achieve this. Implementing this in your writing closes the distance between you and your audience and makes them more inclined to read your content.

The Ready Writers Honours Its Female Clients on Int’l Women’s Day

The Ready Writers Honours Its Female Clients on Int’l Women’s Day

The International Women’s Day (IWD), which falls on March 8th, is an annual celebration of women all over the world. It is a day set aside to recognize, appreciate and applaud the wives, mothers, daughters, and sisters in our lives.

Therefore, on IWD 2021 tagged #choosetochallenge, The Ready Writers made a special tribute to all the phenomenal and inspiring women who have been with us for years through thick and thin.

These amazing women are THE AMAZONS OF THE READY WRITERS CONSULT.

10 Fundamental Cs in Business Writing

10 Fundamental Cs in Business Writing

In content development, each form of writing has its peculiarities. While Business writing may seem restrictive to some, when infused with the right features, they deliver just as expected. Below are the ten Cs that you should consider when developing any...
6 Common Mistakes in Business Writing

6 Common Mistakes in Business Writing

Businesses produce countless content weekly, but not all of them achieve the desired results. This is because business writers in the exercise of business writing, often compromise quality for quantity partly in a bid to meet up with the required number of pieces...
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