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Words are powerful. They can excite, engage, entertain, inform, persuade. But they can just as easily shut people out. That’s where the idea of inclusive language comes in – avoiding words or phrases that can offend or ignore parts of your audience. And instead, writing for an audience of everyone.
Since this time last year, Very Sincere Brand Messages have been flooding our inboxes. And the sheer volume of comms we're getting has made us, as readers, expect more from the words businesses are using than ever. So how do you make sure your writing stands up to scrutiny?