Archive | March, 2016

Clauses

How to Identify Independent and Dependent Clauses

What Is a Clause? A clause is a group of words containing both a subject (who or what the sentence is about) and a verb (which describes the main action of the subject). There are two kinds of clauses: independent and dependent clauses. Most simply, an independent clause can form a complete sentence on its […]

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Dissecting the Anatomy of Quizzes as Content

Dissecting the Anatomy of Quizzes as Content

Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post written by JP Misenas. JP is the Content Marketing Director and Audio/Visual Technician/Engineer at Interact. Nowadays, people have begun using quizzes as a form of content to enhance their brand’s strategy. The goal of content is to attract readers, but good content makes all the difference in […]

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How to Write a Resume Objective

How to Write a Resume Objective

A resume objective is a brief, clearly written statement that explains your main skills and career goals. It is traditionally included at the beginning of your resume. Resume objectives get a lot of bad press. Many career and job-hunting experts say that including a resume objective is a surefire way to make your resume appear […]

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