Click on the links below to see some examples of WordisWorth's writing.
The ezine, which entertains you while you learn business and management:
Have you tried E yet? by Alison J. Macmillan
Business and management training materials:
Training course proposal
Materials for individuals and teams:
Materials for businesses:
Design and copy for a services marketing campaign. This was sent via Vertical Response to the company's Salesforce.com database.
Design and copy for a product marketing campaign.
This was sent via Vertical Response to the company's Salesforce.com database.
Design and copy inviting the company's emailing list to a webinar.
An MBA sampler. This is an example of the writing and instructions handed over to the editor and design team.
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Between them, Brian and Alison at WordisWorth have around 100 years' writing experience (counting our kindergarten years!) We can help you use the right words all of the time. Contact us on 408 779 2399, or email us.
People can influence others if they think they should comply
Who does they refer to?
They appears twice in the sentence. Does they refer to the people who can influence, or to the people who can be influenced, or to one for the first they,
and the other for the second?