If you’re struggling with your own writing, whether it’s a caption, a post or a podcast intro, why not try writing it as a letter? Here’s how.
Do you think of your brand’s story as set-it-and-forget-it? Or your copywriting as one-and-done?
Ah, no. Like fine linens, they need to be aired out once in a while.
So let’s get your messaging sparkling by doing a deep-clean to toss out junk words and tired old content, polish up your taglines and headlines, and air out your copy.
Katie and I decided to make a joint post, sharing storytelling predictions for a—hopefully coming soon—post-COVID world. I was heartened by our list, which had a powerfully humanist slant. Marketing sometimes has a bad rep as being manipulative or slickly sales-y, but, as this list shows, it’s really about stories, connection and using our individual experience to convey values–and generate value.
Clichés are common in the writing we see online. However, they weaken your branding. Here’s the top 10 to avoid when writing for business.
It was the end of another long, hot day. I was sitting on a stump ….