July 2019–The odds are most folks automatically affiliate the initials “WTF” with a less-than-polite phrase. Rest assured that’s NOT what it stands for as one of the most-appreciated awards given by the Center for Plain Language.
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Now that the frenetics of launching the annual ClearMark Awards are over, the Center for Plain Language had a chance to chat with two leaders from a great social media advisor/aide: Circuit Media, based in Denver, CO.
The Center for Plain Language announces finalists for its highly popular annual ClearMark awards which recognize the best in plain language communications created by North American organizations. Held every year since 2010, “The theme for this year’s ClearMarks is ‘Plain Language is Everywhere,” says Jeff Greer, Chair of the Center. This year the event happens online, Tuesday, May 7th, at 12 p.m. EDT.
We’re pleased to announce the tenth annual ClearMark Awards for the best in plain language communication. Show the world your best plain language work! Winners will be announced in May. Read on to learn more about how to enter. Awards and Entry CategoriesRules for EnteringSubmission FeesWhen to SubmitHow to SubmitNeed Help? Awards and Entry Categories […]
The ClearMark Awards are North America’s premiere plain language awards. Every Spring, we recognize the best print and digital work of plain language communicators. We’re looking for an organized, committed and savvy Program Chair to help us execute this program. If you have experience in hosting live events and webinars, that’s great. If you’re willing […]
Okay, raise your hand if you like to win.
Now, keep it up if you like to be recognized for your great work.
And, keep it up if you LOVE filling out long forms and writing up a check request for the entry fee for an awards program for which your odds of winning are just slightly better than the average Powerball drawing.