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Amanda E. Clark is the president and editor-in-chief of Grammar Chic, Inc., a full-service professional writing and editing company. Amanda is a published ghostwriter and editor, and currently under contract with literary agencies in Malibu, California, and Dublin, Ireland. Since founding Grammar Chic in 2008, Amanda, along with her team of skilled professional writers and editors, has offered expertise to clients in the creative, business, and academic fields. The company accepts a wide range of projects and often drafts resumes, press releases, web content, marketing materials, and ghostwritten creative pieces.  Amanda invites you to visit Grammar Chic online at www.grammarchic.net and www.professionalresumewriters.net.

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How to Evaluate a Guest Blogging Opportunity

How to Evaluate a Guest Blogging Opportunity

For as long as there have been business blogs and online marketing strategies, there has been guest posting—a critical component in any company’s digital marketing endeavor. Once upon a time,... read more

What to do if a Job Title Takes Explaining on a Resume

What to do if a Job Title Takes Explaining on a Resume

Human Resources

(AKA Should I Change My Title to Something More Common in the Job Market?) Job titles vary from company to company. It all depends on the nature of the business... read more

7 Ways To Find Better Blog Topics

7 Ways To Find Better Blog Topics

Businesses and personalities that have been blogging for any period of time tend to ask the same question: What to write about next? There are only so many ways you... read more

Are You A Trustworthy Employee? Skills to Highlight to Show Dependability

Are You A Trustworthy Employee? Skills to Highlight to Show Dependability

Human Resources

In today’s job market, employers certainly have their pick of candidates—but that does not mean they will take anyone who sends in an application. Even with all the right skills... read more

What Should You Pay Your Professional Writing Team?

What Should You Pay Your Professional Writing Team?

Content Marketing

Working with a professional writing team may not be something you do every day—and in fact, it may be something you’ve never done before at all. Whether you’ve got a... read more


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5 Ways to Write Compelling Web Copy

5 Ways to Write Compelling Web Copy

Content Marketing

Websites are the bait and hook for social content marketing. The goal for any of these campaigns is to draw people to your site. But, once there, what is it... read more

The Secrets to Creating Evergreen Content

The Secrets to Creating Evergreen Content

Content Marketing

Recently, the Grammar Chic blog has really harped on the idea of creating and following an editorial calendar. We believe that it’s important to establish a plan and a schedule... read more

The Importance of Including Education on a Resume

The Importance of Including Education on a Resume

Human Resources

Educational experience is a very important asset to job seekers—especially those who are just making their first foray into the job market. However, since the education section of the resume... read more

8 Ways to Make Your Business Emails More Effective

8 Ways to Make Your Business Emails More Effective

Email Marketing

If you’re a business owner, then you’re also a writer—whether you realize it or not. You may outsource your business blogging and you may have an employee who formulates proposals... read more

Where Do I Work? Tips for Listing Telecommute Jobs on Your Resume

Where Do I Work? Tips for Listing Telecommute Jobs on Your Resume

Human Resources

In today’s highly technological world, it is not uncommon for employees to spend part or all of their time working remotely. Some employees split their time between the office and... read more

7 Essential Elements For Your Small Business Website

7 Essential Elements For Your Small Business Website

Small Business

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Why does your small business have a website? It may be because you feel like you have no choice. In order to compete in today’s world, your company—no matter its... read more

Turbocharge Your Content Marketing: 5 Tips For Boosting Efficiency

Turbocharge Your Content Marketing: 5 Tips For Boosting Efficiency

Content Marketing

If you’ve ever engaged in any kind of content marketing—and we hope that you have—then you probably know how satisfying it can be to see your company represented so well... read more

Spring Clean Your Content Marketing

Spring Clean Your Content Marketing

Content Marketing

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Clean out your gutters, sweep the garage, sort through your closets—oh yeah: And while you’re at it, make sure your content marketing efforts are all working at tip-top shape. ‘Tis... read more

Getting Personal: Things to Share and Keep to Your Self on a Resume

Getting Personal: Things to Share and Keep to Your Self on a Resume

Human Resources

In today’s rapidly evolving job market, job seekers are often left stumped by how much and what they should share on their resume. Filling out the blanks on a resume... read more

How to Address a Previous Employer with a Bad Reputation on a Resume

How to Address a Previous Employer with a Bad Reputation on a Resume

Human Resources

In theory, resumes are supposed to be about the individual professional; however, in reality, sometimes hiring managers may judge a candidate too much by who their previous employers were. In... read more