Business Professionals : Different Types Of Audiences

1074 WordsNov 26, 20145 Pages
Business professionals want to promote their writing as clear, influential, and effective to different types of audiences. Professionals in this field usually have many types of testing criteria, charts, numerical data, and complex vocabulary terms in their work. I will be analyzing three different business articles by Gary Frank, Andrew J. Rinn, and Matthias E. Glaub and how these business professionals write in their field. Furthermore, it is likely that their writing is intended for colleagues or anyone associated in the same profession. Business writers have to use a clear and concise formal tone to convey their company as a positive and influential business. Business writers determine the tone and content of their document by determining their audience. Staying on topic, making their proposal obvious throughout, and dividing their paper by using section titles are few characteristics that business professionals use in their writing to make their writing clear to their colleges. There are many cases where academic journals have small parts in them to introduce and prepare the reader for what they are going to read. The reader can be informed of what the article is going to cover with the abstract in which is a small summarization of the academic journal. There are also parts such as the title and subtitle to give the article a form for the reader to have a further understanding of the topic and what they consist of. The title consists of a broad statement on the main
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