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Rhetorical Analysis In Business
Successful writing in business can easily be accomplished by any writer, even those who may not have prior experience. A specific audience must be kept in mind in order to accomplish a set purpose. With a few considerations the author will be able to adjust their style in order to accommodate for a professional business environment and the high standards that follow.
The types of writing one may have to pen range from inter-company communication to publications viewed publically or for a specific client. Public documents are especially vital as the writer crafts the voice of the company through careful considers. A rhetorical analysis before publication is highly recommended to insure once again the document is serving its purpose and reaching

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