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Remember my post that discussed the tone of voice that a company chooses to use when talking about the benefits of the company and its offerings? Or perhaps you saw the repurposed version of the post, a page section entitled “Don’t use that tone of voice with me!” The tone of voice that a firm […]

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Remember my post that discussed the tone of voice that a company chooses to use when talking about the benefits of the company and its offerings? Or perhaps you saw the repurposed version of the post, a page section entitled “Don’t use that tone of voice with me!” The tone of voice that a firm […] […]

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