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How To Use Tech Tools to Improve Your Content

Summary: Tech tools make me seem like a better writer than I am. If left to my own devices I write in a passive voice, I habitually use compound sentences, and my vocabulary choice is less than ideal (humblebrag – I use too many syllables). On a weekly basis, I get a platform to the communications and marketing communities and need to write effectively for them.
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