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Digital marketing comes with some unexpected writing lessons. You write all the time but sometimes forget that the writing has to actually be good.
What I have Learned from Everybody WritesTake Your TimeWork with drafts even when bloggingStep away from writing before going back to make it betterThink of the reader firstYou are the reader’s advocate!Connect to your audience so they can relate and keep readingUse relatable metaphors“Stories sell, facts tell”Always Keep the three modes of persuasion in mind (ethos, pathos, & logos)Proofread! and then proofread again!!!!!
“Too often, people use it as a weapon instead of an opportunity, and maybe one of the ways we can think together about the next phase of development of social media is a tool of outreach, a tool of reconciliation, a tool of ...
Social media lets us express ourselves in ways we never could before. We can like people's photos and ideas with a click. We can share details of our lives in words, photos and videos right from our mobile phone.
I never fancied myself a writer but I did take the art of writing seriously. Without realizing it, I poured a lot of passion, enthusiasm and aspiration into everything I wrote. As I was coming up in
"...my best mistake would become the philosophy I would apply to just about every challenge...Just because something is done a certain way, doesn't mean that other methods aren't worthy of exploration."
"However, there is another "C-word" that they should adopt: Consistency. Companies have to be consistent in how they portray themselves: how they talk, what they say, and be. They have to do it once, twice, a thousand times. Consistency will get them to those places where control cannot.'
Facing difficult questions from the media is an art form that many executives fail to master.
Here's a great real world example of a conversation technique that we all could use. We use "bridging" to get an interview back on track, as Carmine says here. Bridging is also useful in negotiations, important discussions, presentation Q&A's and even in every day kerfuffles with family and friends.
Businesses Are Missing Out On One Valuable Social Media Platform Forbes Businesses have a lot of options when it comes to social media. Twitter, Facebook, Google +, LinkedIn and Pinterest, just to name a few.
Few leaders in business know the theory and practice of PR better than Sir Richard Branson, who was given a rock star welcome by Adelaide...
Powerful validation from Sir Richard: “The head of PR is perhaps one of the most important people in a company and a good chairman will have them by their side. They are critical for managing the brand and save millions in advertising; people talking about your company is much more important than anything.”
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