PR Daily’s “20 Tips to Help You Proofread Like a Pro”

I love a great list.  I can’t help it.  Especially when it’s something completely useful.

Check out Ragan’s PR Daily’s “20 Tips to Help You Proofread Like a Pro” to be well on your way to error-free material.  I subscribe to their daily newsletter and always find something worthwhile and completely clickable!  (Another great “Rock the Grammar” e-newsletter I’ve blogged about: GrammerBook.com.)

If you’re still seeking that second set of eyes, feel free to contact me at Mara@TheLeoneCompany.com.

*Image taken from http://www.ckwop.me.uk, which was taken from http://www.yetiarts.com. 

Dedicating Time for Company Growth

Several months ago, most likely through on a recommendation from a fellow friend in the industry, I came across Spin Sucks, Gini Dietrich’s blog, coined as “Professional Development for PR and Marketing Pros.”  Instantly, I was hooked.  I subscribe and read it daily, and even found myself discussing her blog posts with fellow PR friends like we knew Gini personally.  (Okay, mainly, my friend Christina.)

But lately, one of Gini’s posts, “Working On Your Business, Not In It,” has me thinking: I need to be focusing more time on building my business while not dedicating less time to my clients.  My blog posts don’t come as frequently as they used to; there’s no good excuse for my having gone three weeks since my last post.  My website needed a bit of tweaking, things that, a month after they’d been posted, looked a bit “off” to me.  You know, a bit of light housekeeping that will make all the difference.  And maybe, just maybe, I might get around to actually using my Twitter account again one day.  (It’s @marashorr, in case that day happens soon!)

As I set out to do more, I would love suggestions.

What would YOU like to read about?  How would YOU love to see The Leone Company grow?  Feel free to leave a comment below.  

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