Clear. Concise. Consistent. Compelling. Credible.
A Chorus carries a message better than a crowd
A unique written voice is as important as a unique visual style. When we are consistent, readers recognize this personality as our own.
Everything we say invites people to connect, and it should feel that way. Be friendly. Be informative. Be helpful. But be brief.
Get to the point. Speak in the active voice. There’s nothing inviting or helpful about wasting anyone’s time.
Truth wins. Be direct. Provide context.
Red Hat [Product Name] 6.7 will be released on November 25, 2025.
There will be a modified timeline for delivery of the 6.7 product expansion. This delay is unavoidable.
The more you write, the less they’ll read. Limit (or link to) details and background information. Eliminate filler and vague words. Follow word-count guidelines.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is here.
Red Hat is proud to announce the debut of the enterprise-ready, highly performant Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 operating system.
Use templates. Use the right language for your message. Review guidance before submitting drafts. Share guidance with reviewers.
Registration deadline: June 23.
We appreciate your cooperation with the deadline. To attend, register by Thursday, June 23.
Copy should be engaging, but not fake. Include proof points and data to back it up. Don’t tell people how to feel.
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Registration ends Feb. 20.
This exciting security webinar cannot be missed! You will love it! Seats are limited—register today before time runs out!!
Cite sources. Don’t overstate good news or understate bad news. Be authentic.
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