Monthly Archives: July 2012

Interesting Graphic – “How to Write the Perfect Blog Post”

The blog Social Triggers recently posted this interesting graphic representing the structure and content of the “perfect” blog post. What rhetorical strategies do you see at play here? What might a piece of your writing look like if you tried to represent it in this visual style?

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Social Media and the German Village Society

Guest Blogger Ellen Fraser ’14 It’s hard to believe that I will be finished with my summer PWR internship in about a month’s time, and I can honestly say that I have learned a lot in many different areas, including social media marketing, historic preservation, event planning, and general strategies for working at a nonprofit organization. As I mentioned in … Continue Reading

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Applying Audience Awareness at the Alamance County Arts Council

Guest Blogger Will Stiefel My name is Will Stiefel, and I am a rising senior English major concentrating in PWR here at Elon. I only declared my major near the end of my sophomore year so, admittedly, I have been relatively new to the field. However, over the course of this past semester I have built on my previous knowledge … Continue Reading

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