For many business professionals, any change to the AP Stylebook doesn’t exactly seem like news. But for those of us who carry it around like a personal bible, the new changes that AP Stylebook introduced via Twitter, is a big announcement.
(And while the announcement is big to us – you should consider that they used Twitter…yeah, that’s right…Twitter…to announce to the PR world that a change is coming).
For a long time “Web site” was used in all news stories, broadcasts and blogs. The older version seemed awkward and out of date. The new version that will be introduced in the 2010 AP Stylebook is “website.”
So, the people have spoken…according to the survey conducted by the Associated Press…and the winner was announced to the world on Twitter. The new change is definitely welcomed.
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