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6 Things I’d Have If I Was Launching an Internal Communications Program

You might be thinking why this particular topic. I recently interviewed for a job, which if I had been offered (I was not), would have given me the opportunity to create an internal communication program for an organization. When I interviewed, I thought that if I accepted the position, what…

Anchor: A New Vehicle for Corporate Communicators?

Last week, I posted 5 Modern Alternatives to the Suggestion Box, in which I mentioned Anchor, a relatively new app for the iPhone that has opened up possibilities not only for the individual user, but for professional communicators. Since part of Creatively Corporate’s mission is to explore new communication tools…

7 Awesome Online Resources to Help You Improve Your Creative Writing

Hark! How dost thou become a more enlightened scribe? Enough of showing off my extraordinary writing prowess. This blog is all about you and how to make you a better, more creative communicator! As much as I’d love to prattle on about my unbelievable abilities, I’m committed to helping you……

5 Guidelines For Using Guest Bloggers

Blogs are a great way to engage your internal and external audiences. And if you run a blog in your organization, it can take up a good chunk of your time. You  are responsible for providing content consistently, in addition to performing your other responsibilities. Sometimes you need a little…

7 Ways to Make Your Writing More Readable

This seems like a counterintuitive title – of course writing is readable, right? But as much as I’ve seen fundamentally good writing over the years, some of it has been tedious to read – and a lot of it has to do with writers not paying attention to the little…

Need Content? Here Are 4 Ideas for Employee-Generated Blogs.

Corporate communicators responsible for internal and external content can sometimes run into the problem of not having anything about which to write. There are just those ruts that pop up during which there’s just no news, no new initiatives, no events, or no training. If your organization has a blog,…