Webinar: The WordPress A to Z webinar series

Knowing how to use WordPress is an empowering and essential business skill in today's world of writing, editing, collaborating and publishing online content. This is a four-part webinar series that will teach you how to use WordPress, the world's leading content management system and blogging platform. It's ideal for writers, editors, and anyone who needs … Continue reading Webinar: The WordPress A to Z webinar series

Seminar: Search engine optimization (SEO): The art, the science, and the magic

Search engine optimization, or SEO, might seem like an art for which you have no talent, a science of which you have no understanding, or a magic trick that you just can’t figure out. In reality, however, SEO is simply a series of principles and processes that anyone can use to drive more traffic to … Continue reading Seminar: Search engine optimization (SEO): The art, the science, and the magic

Promoting accessibility in editorial businesses

By Christine Albert As a student enrolled in an editing program, I’m often asked to reflect on issues that may arise when working with clients. The discussion and module notes invariably focus on respect, clear communications, and diplomacy—about how the language of our queries and comments can affect authors. Yet, accessibility is rarely discussed, and … Continue reading Promoting accessibility in editorial businesses

Webinar: Introduction to Microsoft Word styles 101

This webinar provides an introduction to styles in Microsoft Word for those who are new to styles of don't feel comfortable with them yet. The key learning objectives of the webinar are what styles are and why they're useful, what types of styles you can use in Word, how to apply existing styles, and how … Continue reading Webinar: Introduction to Microsoft Word styles 101

The Nitpicker’s Nook: May’s linguistic links roundup

The Nitpicker’s Nook is a monthly collection of language-related articles, interviews, and blog posts from around the Web. If you read something that would make a good addition, email your suggestion to [email protected] By Emily Chau Another reason to go to the EAC Conference: write off the conference costs! Adrienne Montgomerie, a long-time EAC member, shares … Continue reading The Nitpicker’s Nook: May’s linguistic links roundup

Six handy (and free!) mobile apps for editors

By Deepi Harish No matter what type of mobile device you have, there is a virtual app store you can get lost in: Windows Marketplace, Blackberry App World, Android Marketplace, and Google Play, to name a few; and, of course, the mother of them all, the Apple App Store. With over one million apps in … Continue reading Six handy (and free!) mobile apps for editors