Press Release (ePRNews.com) - DETROIT - Jul 11, 2017 - Since the advent of the Internet and social media, language and writing has seen dramatic change. This is true for both business writing and social writing. “Language and writing are not static,” explains author, blogger, and freelance writer, Kimberly Blaker. “What’s more, they will likely continue to change at an increasing rate keeping pace with technology and the rest of our world.”
That is why Blaker has launched her new blog, Digital Age Writing http://kimberlyblaker.com/digital-age-writing-blog/ The purpose of the blog is to help businesses, non-profits, and professionals keep current on how writing, particularly business writing, is evolving. Staying on top of changes will help businesses and professionals communicate more effectively, particularly, though not exclusively, with millenials and generation Z.
What is important to note, says Blaker, is digital age writing changes do not apply strictly to digital media. Although many of the changes are a result of the Internet and other digital media, the changes are often applicable to print and other forms of media. Whether writing website content or articles for print magazines and newspapers; email or direct mail marketing letters; social media or in person; and texting versus a handwritten letter, it is all changing all the time.
The Digital Age Writing blog will cover a broad variety of changes in the English language and writing. It will also clarify the importance of language and writing rules that have yet to change and how those are especially applicable to business writing today.
Some of the topics to be covered in the freelance writer’s Digital Age Writing blog include:
• Reader attention and expectations
• Forms of media
• Research and resources
Businesses, non-profits, and professionals have more avenues and opportunities than ever before to communicate with customers, clients, employers, peers, and the public. Since most of these avenues of communication are in the form of writing, businesses and professionals must be diligent about their business writing skills. It is crucial that professional or business writing is both appropriate for the audience and effective.
Blaker, who has been published in more than 250 print and digital publications and has written for a broad range of audiences, understands this well. “Basically,” says Blaker as a freelance business writer, “how information is communicated will affect how businesses and professionals are perceived and ultimately their top line.”
To read Blaker’s blog or for more information on her writing services, visit http://kimberlyblaker.com/business-writing-services/ Source :
Kimberly Blaker, Freelance Writer