If content is king, copywriting is a skill reserved for royalty.
Indeed, while a picture may paint a thousand words, it is often the words, phrases, and sentences that make (or break) your social media marketing campaigns.
“If you wait for inspiration to write you’re not a writer, you’re a waiter.” ― Dan Poynter
Wish to enjoy greater success in your content marketing efforts? Start by thinking about your content marketing strategy, beginning with the change you wish to make in your content reader.
How do you write so well on social media? What can I do to speed up my writing skills?
These are two of the most common questions I’ve often been asked as a social media trainer, content marketing specialist, and business blogger.
As a content marketing strategist, I write a lot of content. And sometimes, I hit a wall.
When that happens, I do not scream, shout or sulk. Instead, I do what comes naturally to me. I may take a walk, catch 40 winks, or grab a coffee.
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”.