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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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7 Telltale Signs of Awful Blog Content

7 Telltale Signs of Awful Blog Content

Have you ever been on Google, seen a link that looked interesting, clicked it—and then immediately hit the “back” button, repulsed by what you saw on the page? It happens... read more

How Professional Organizations can Enhance your Resume and Job Search

How Professional Organizations can Enhance your Resume and Job Search

Strategy

Many job seekers question exactly what they should put on their resume and what is better left off. While you want to avoid adding excess information that does not benefit... read more

How To Capture Focused Blog Interest

How To Capture Focused Blog Interest

Too often I see business blogs that are all over the place. Need an example? Consider an everyday contracting business that blogs about financing one day and quick-dry cement the... read more

What To Do When Nobody’s Reading Your Content

What To Do When Nobody’s Reading Your Content

Content Marketing

If a tree falls in the woods and nobody’s around, does it make a sound? And if you produce unique, compelling content for your business but nobody reads it, does... read more

5 Things You Might Be Doing Wrong on Social Media

5 Things You Might Be Doing Wrong on Social Media

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Have you ever wondered if your social media and content marketing strategies were the best they could be? This is a common question we get at Chic Marketing by Grammar... read more


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How to Describe Emotional Intelligence on Your Resume—and Why It is Important

How to Describe Emotional Intelligence on Your Resume—and Why It is Important

Strategy

Emotional intelligence is becoming quite a big deal in the hiring realm—particularly as employers are looking for candidates who do not just have specific related skills, but are also able... read more

6 Ways Facebook is Hurting Your Job Search

6 Ways Facebook is Hurting Your Job Search

Human Resources

It’s been said before that what you post on Facebook can ultimately determine the efficacy of your job search—that in many cases, what you post (or even what you don’t... read more

Negative Things Your Resume May Be Saying About You

Negative Things Your Resume May Be Saying About You

Human Resources

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To stand out during a job search, every word on your resume or in your cover letter counts—especially when you are trying to make a positive impression on a potential... read more

How to Write Epic Blog Posts

How to Write Epic Blog Posts

Professional bloggers and businesses with blogs typically post content one to three times per week. This number varies based on the size of the blog and the commitment of the... read more

Content Marketing Lessons from This Year’s Emmy Nominees

Content Marketing Lessons from This Year’s Emmy Nominees

Content Marketing

Grammar Chic has a long and distinguished (humor us) history of gleaning content marketing lessons from popular TV entities; see previous entries on Mad Men, HBO, and Netflix for further... read more

5 Ways to Write Better Content

5 Ways to Write Better Content

Content Marketing

Have you ever wanted to blog better, create better social media posts, or just write more professionally? Fortunately, you don’t need to study writing or spend 10 hours typing out... read more

How a Broad View on a Resume Can Hurt Your Job Search

How a Broad View on a Resume Can Hurt Your Job Search

Human Resources

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In a job market defined by uncertain stability and growth, eagerness for the job search process is an amazing quality for any rising professional to possess. However, those who are... read more

Questions to Ask to get the Most out of Your Summer Job or Internship for a Resume

Questions to Ask to get the Most out of Your Summer Job or Internship for a Resume

Human Resources

Summer is a time when school employees, students, new graduates, and others find summer jobs and also when college students build their experience through internships. While it may seem that... read more

5 Things To Do With a Blog Post

5 Things To Do With a Blog Post

So you’ve got your blog, a post, and a dream: “Man, wouldn’t it be nice to actually make the time I put into this post worth it?” For big blogs,... read more

5 Reasons Your Website Isn’t Converting

5 Reasons Your Website Isn’t Converting

Online Marketing

In theory, your business website should be a 24/7 sales machine. Customers and potential customers should be able to access the site at any time, educate themselves about the value... read more