The single biggest challenge faced by many online marketer and sales persons: They cannot write or design for nuts.
And that is a major problem in today’s copy-centric digital age.
What do the movie trailer for Rogue One and marketing content have in common? (courtesy of Star Wars YouTube)
Do you enjoy watching movies? I certainly do.
What about the trailers, teaser ads, and other pre-publicity marketing materials which Hollywood Studios roll out? I’m sure many of them grip your attention like a vice – especially huge blockbusters like the Marvel and Star War series!
Copywriting is one of the most important skills a marketer should learn.
While a picture may paint a thousand words, it is the arrangement of text on a piece of content which triggers customer action. And hopefully lead to the sale.
Air Asia knows a thing or two about catching attention (source of image)
Let’s face it. We have all hit the content marketing wall.
Writers of all stripes and affiliations know what I mean. Your brain freezes. Your fingers stiffen. Your energy levels dip.
How are you going to deliver that compelling piece of customer-focused content?
Communicating clearly is a constant pain for publicists like us. If we do it well, nobody is going to say a thing. If we botch it up, however…
Just yesterday, our Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong posted on Facebook about the ongoing need for public officers to communicate more clearly to the public. He shared a link from The Irish Times which described how Apple’s “lost its way with words” in a recent employment ad using “gibberish”.