I am very grateful to be working with so many amazing businesses! I recently completed a brochure for Integrity Residential (worked with the loveliest agent ever – Heather Francine). I’m also working with the wonderful folks from Secure Network Solutions. In addition to all of that – I’ve got an upcoming article in NW Meetings & Events and Principal Broker.
And then, of course, there are the infamous bullet points. I’m a big fan. I use bullet points a lot in website copy (easier to read) and marketing collateral. Not so much with non-fiction articles – although I may find a way to work it in. The writing question that stems from all of this bullet pointed-ness is this; do you put a period at the end of a bulleted phrase? The answer is (are you ready?) sometimes.
You need to be consistent when using bullet points. If it’s a complete sentence (noun/verb agreement), you definitely should. If not, there is no need for a period. However, be careful not to have sentences in your bulleted cluster with periods and some without.
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