Earlier this month, Luke O’Neill, outlined the recent changes to the AP Stylebook in two articles published in CommPro.biz.
In his first piece, Luke looks at the biggest change that PR pros need to know from this year’s guide, AP’s changing definition of “over”.
In his second piece, Luke breaks down 8 of the most common AP style errors made by today’s communication professionals. From capitalizing job titles to adding hyphens to words ending in –ly, these errors can be found in a majority of today’s press releases, much to the chagrin of reporters and journalists.
Learn more about the latest in AP stylebook changes and writing best practices in these two articles: