For snappier copy, skip useless phrases

02/7/2013 | PRDaily.com

Streamline your marketing content by cutting out useless phrases that drown out what's important, writes Laura Hale Brockway. Among the phrases you can safely excise are "all things considered," "for the most part" and "it goes without saying," she writes.

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