Copywriters are always searching for the perfect word or phrase to describe a concept or sell a product. Sometimes the perfect words are difficult to come by. If you've ever needed a word to describe 'a face badly in need of a fist', 'a beautiful girl viewed from behind' or 'the itchiness that overcomes the upper lip just before taking a sip of whiskey', you're in luck. Copywriters should take inspiration from this excellent blog post: 25 Handy Words That...
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If you've hired a writer to do some ghost blogging, how do you know that the copyright is yours? Sometimes, copyright is taken for granted when you initially outsource a blog. It's only later that the question comes up, and then, nobody knows where they stand. Mathew and I have now made the issue much clearer in our Terms and Conditions, but we thought it also warranted a blog post. Copyright for Ghost Blogged Content Copyright for ghost blogs or arti
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While writing the manual for Progress with Quest, I came across a really horrible quirk in Microsoft Word 2011 on the Mac.PDFs exported from Word on the Mac don't have active hyperlinks. This happens no matter which settings you use: Save As PDF, or Print to PDF, etc. Exporting PDFs with links actually used to work in older versions of Word on the Mac but was inexplicably dropped recently.The lack of links in the finished document caused me quite a lot of