Conference alert: Simple ways to refresh your writing

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It’s time to spring clean your corporate writing. Industry experts will show you how at our Corporate Writers and Editors conference this June.

By Ragan Staff | Posted: May 28, 2013

You’re going to spring clean your house this season, so why not spring clean your writing, too?

If your writing is starting to look stale, lackluster and boring—it’s OK, it happens to all of us—attend our

Corporate Writers and Editors Conference
on Wednesday, June 5, in New York City. We’re bringing in top industry experts to give you their best tips and advice for revitalizing your writing.

Learn more about the conference.

Here’s a look at the agenda:

  • Justina Chen, formerly of Microsoft, will describe how you can create a loyal and passionate community through storytelling.
  • Steve Crescenzo, of Crescenzo Communications, will explain why writers need to think of themselves as translators to reach and engage their
    audiences.
  • James Ylisela Jr., of Duff Media Partners Inc., will show you how to become the best reporter in your organization.
  • Mark Ragan, CEO of Ragan Communications, will explain how to write and edit a great employee publication.

Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to ask any pressing questions you have during the “Ask the Experts” panel.

And, just because you’re a Ragan.com reader, we’ll give you a $ 100 discount on the registration price.

You’re feeling better about your next newsletter already, aren’t you?

Sign up now! 

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