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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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To Engage Or To Ignore: Responding To Your Social Media Followers

To Engage Or To Ignore: Responding To Your Social Media Followers

Technical though it might seem at times, content marketing is really a very relational discipline. The entire point of businesses creating content and sharing on social media is to develop... read more

How to Reignite Your Business’ Online Image

How to Reignite Your Business’ Online Image

Branding

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Most business owners have experienced a “slump,” or when nothing seems to be working out for them and cash flow is at an all-time low. Whether this slump is caused... read more

Proofreading 101: 5 Things to Watch

Proofreading 101: 5 Things to Watch

Communications

You may not have been an English major, and you may find the task of revising your own written work to be frankly tedious—but proofreading is a skill that no... read more

Resume Buzzwords: Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

Resume Buzzwords: Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

Human Resources

“You keep on saying that. I do not think it means what you think it means.” That’s one of the most famous, most frequently quoted lines from the classic film... read more

Brainstorming For Your Resume: Key Considerations For Content Creation

Brainstorming For Your Resume: Key Considerations For Content Creation

Human Resources

Creating a well-crafted resume can take time and planning. Many people find themselves at a loss for what to include. They have difficulty looking objectively at their experience and determining... read more

How to Focus Entrepreneurial Experience into a Targeted Resume

How to Focus Entrepreneurial Experience into a Targeted Resume

Human Resources

Running your own business can be a lucrative career and provide a wealth of experience. It takes hard work and determination to not only get your business up and running... read more

The 3 Phases of Social-Content Marketing

The 3 Phases of Social-Content Marketing

Content Marketing

How do businesses grow their online marketing campaigns? How long does it take? What makes them fail? On this post, we will investigate the three stages smaller businesses must go... read more

6 Things To Remove From Your Resume Right Now

6 Things To Remove From Your Resume Right Now

Human Resources

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Sometimes, less really is more. It’s true of graduation speeches. Some would argue that it’s true of cilantro, of Christmas music, or of cologne. It can even be true of... read more

Should I Save my Resume in Multiple Formats?

Should I Save my Resume in Multiple Formats?

Human Resources

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Job searching has changed significantly over the years. While job seekers can still turn to newspapers and posted advertisements for employment opportunities, many companies are now using the Internet for... read more

6 Reasons Your Facebook Fanpage Isn’t Gathering Likes

6 Reasons Your Facebook Fanpage Isn’t Gathering Likes

For social media marketers, the Facebook “like” is one of the most valuable currencies there is. A like may not be an end in and of itself—the ultimate goal is... read more

Style Matters: Dos and Don’ts for Sprucing Up Your Resume

Style Matters: Dos and Don’ts for Sprucing Up Your Resume

Human Resources

If your resume is looking a little bland and unappealing, it may be time to spruce it up and bring fresh life to your work history. Before even reading your... read more

A Quick Guide to Resume Writing in Your 50s

A Quick Guide to Resume Writing in Your 50s

Human Resources

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Statistics show that more and more Americans are working longer than ever before—well past the “traditional” retirement age of decades past—and what’s more, Americans are switching careers more frequently than... read more

How Technical Should my Resume be?

How Technical Should my Resume be?

Human Resources

Creating your resume is a fine balancing act. You want to ensure that you have the correct information that conveys your experience and abilities while aligning with the job description.... read more

Contact Information: How Much is Too Much or Too Little?

Contact Information: How Much is Too Much or Too Little?

Content Marketing

One of the first parts of your resume that a hiring manager or recruiter sees is your contact information. This is where they gather basic information about where you are... read more

4 Kinds of Pointless Online Content

4 Kinds of Pointless Online Content

Content Marketing

“Content is king,” we’ve heard time and time again, and it seems truer by the day. More and more business owners are coming around to the idea that creating good,... read more