Words are priceless

June 2006
Precision Marketing;6/23/2006, Vol. 18 Issue 34, p14
The article narrates the author's experience of being a columnist in Great Britain. According to him, there should be much effort to make every piece a lively, amusing and agreeable to read. One must be open to the responsibility that new information will change the original angle of a piece. In addition, he emphasizes that the words used in writing and constructing every thought are priceless.


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