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This exam was turned in on time on Saturday, October 22 at 2:37 PM
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Hello community!

I really want to develop an app. Soon I'm opening a business and to develop it and promote I want an app. 
What companies can help me with that?

feedback from you, 11/24/2020 2:51 AM

It all depends on what kind of application you are going to develop and what kind of audience you are interested in.

feedback from you, 1/17/2021 9:21 AM

Greetings, friend! If you want to create a new application for your business, then you should not neglect the help of specialists in this field. It is better to appeal to those who click like nuts apps similar to showbox. Therefore, I advise you to read more about this topic. Good luck to you!

feedback from you, 1/19/2021 1:07 AM
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BUS368 - ESSAY QUESTIONS
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What are the elements of the communication process?

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The elements of the communication process consist of eight elements which can be oral or written applications; such as source, receiver, message, channel, feedback, environment, context, and interference. A source creates and communicates a message. A receiver receives the message from the source. The message is the stimulus or meaning produced by the source for the receiver. A channel is the way a message travels between source and receiver. Feedback is the message the receiver sends in response to the source. The environment is the physical atmosphere where the communication occurs. The context involves the psychological expectations of the source and receiver. And interference is anything that blocks or distorts the communication process.

Business Communication For Success (pg.120-121)

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Explain the role of critical thinking in developing writing skills.

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Per our text, critical thinking means becoming aware of your thinking process. It's a human trait that allows us to step outside what we read or write to ask ourselves, "Does this really make sense?" Critical thinking can also be defined as self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self- corrective thinking. Critical thinking is like putting yourself in someone else shoes to read your material for a honest answers and criticism to fix things that you may put off as acceptable

Business Communication For Success (pg.128 & 159)

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How important is concentration in writing?

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Concentration is very important in writing. In order to have a successful writing, you have to be able to concentrate and focus.  Good writing includes clear understanding, order, clear points, and readability. Without concentrations, it may be hard to make sure these points are taken care of. Concentration prevents you from being distracted and helps you focus on the topic. Choosing the best time to concentrate is important in writing. It is important to choose a time and location where there will be less distractions to focus on writing.

Business Communication For Success

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List the twelve items in the checklist for writing preparation

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Listed below are twelve useful reminders of the importance of preparation in the writing process:

1. Determine your general purpose: are you trying to inform, persuade, entertain, facilitate interaction, or motivate a reader?

2. Determine your specific purpose (the desired outcome).

3. Make sure your purpose is realistic.

4. Make sure your timing is appropriate.

5. Make sure your sources are credible.

6. Make sure the message reflects positively on your business.

7. Determine audience size.

8. Determine audience composition.

9. Determine audience knowledge and awareness of topic.

10. Anticipate probable responses.

11. Select the correct channel.

12.Make sure the information provided is accurate, ethical, and pertinent.

Business Communication For Success (pg.164)

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What are the four main sentence types? Give an example of each.

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There are four basic sentence type; declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory. Declarative sentences makes a statement, they usually ends with a period. You are invited to my birthday party. Imperative sentences convey a command, they also usually ends with a period. Please take the trash out after dinner. Interrogative sentences ask a question, these sentences always ends with a question mark. Will you take the trash out after dinner? Exclamatory sentences express strong emotions, these sentences ends with an exclamation point. I am so excited about your party tonight!

Business Communication For Success (pg.220)

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