TriComB2B Blogger - Emily Grunder
09
Oct
By Emily Grunder

Growing up with social media can make for a hard life. Those awkward middle school years? They’re forever documented on Facebook. But being surrounded by technology and social media for half of my life does have perks, too. Facebook primarily allowed me and my friends a place to share our pictures and memories. In high school, the Sunday after a big football game, Homecoming, or prom allowed...

TriComB2B Blogger - John Acquavita
12
Sep
By John Acquavita

I have a lot of sympathy for foreigners who aspire to translate their native tongue into English as a career. I imagine English has to be one of the most difficult languages for non-native speakers to learn, let alone master. If you have ever taught middle or high school, you know that even native speakers frequently struggle with nuances of the language. As a proofreader, I’ve witnessed this...

TriComB2B Blogger - Jon Berry
27
Aug
By Jon Berry

As a content developer, I’m constantly trying to figure out ways to best convey our clients’ value propositions. When probing for information to help me express these ideas most effectively, I often follow a basic line of questioning: What’s the most important thing your audience needs to hear to be convinced to make a purchase decision? What technical advantages do your products have or...

TriComB2B Blogger - John Acquavita
22
Aug
By John Acquavita

To follow up on my previous post in which I discussed some reasons why companies should utilize their blogs, I’d like to now share some ways that you can easily use to increase the amount of people who read your blog. It’s important to increase blog readership for one simple reason: as more people read your blog, the...

TriComB2B Blogger - Chris Eifert
20
Aug
By Chris Eifert

Remember the triple bottom line? Remember sustainability? Reduced carbon footprint, environmentally conscious and eco-friendly? It seems only yesterday when every advertiser (B2B marketing included) thought a strong green message could create differentiation in a crowded market. Everyone wanted a green leaf attached to their logo and displayed prominently on their website. In fact, it was less...

TriComB2B Blogger - John Acquavita
15
Aug
By John Acquavita

As a proofreader, there really aren’t too many aspects of the profession that I can debate. Grammar and spelling rules exist for a reason; you memorize them and then apply them in your work. It’s pretty cut and dry. But every so often, an issue pops up that gets people in my line of work fired up, draw lines in the sand, and make impassioned defenses for their beliefs. Heck, it even got mocked...

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