US Election Day 2016 is getting awfully close. (We’re not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.) As this day inches toward the present, you may be seeing more and more media coverage (in both traditional and
In business, people seem to love the word “aggressive.” You’ll hear people talk about how they network aggressively or how their sales team is aggressive. And when they say these things, they mean them in a positive way. But what
There’s a brand that’s getting a lot of web traffic these days because of the US presidential debates. And no, we’re not talking about fact checkers or Canadian real estate agents who are looking to lure disgruntled Americans across the
There were over 80 million people who watched the first US presidential debate on September 26, so there’s a good chance you were one of them. If you were, you may have heard Trump say this: “I have a tremendous
Do you ever have trouble remembering when to use “between” vs. “among”? You’re not the only one. A lot of people treat these words interchangeably and use one when they should really have used the other. You’re in luck, though.
Do you know what the difference is between an abbreviation, an initialism, and an acronym? If the answer is “no,” there’s no need to worry. A lot of people use “abbreviation” and “acronym” interchangeably even though these words don’t mean