One of the first things they teach young writers is to always come up with a headline first, and then begin their blog or story.
Behind every great idea, product or service is a team of talented people who put it all together. But - keeping your audience’s best interest in mind when it comes to delivering these things often requires a team of outside resources.
When it comes to interacting with your audience, you must be on top of your social media engagement game. When your followers enjoy what they see, they share it, and when their questions are answered, they applaud you.
Meeting and arranging work with a new client is the first step in your relationship. Getting reacquainted in a kickoff meeting when it’s time to move forward with your business agreement is generally the next step. This meeting serves as an important opportunity to set goals, boundaries, and guidelines. Without it, priorities and goals won’t be established, and potential mistakes can be made.
Publishing a press release is a great way to get exposure for your company’s latest project, launch or campaign. Sometimes taking it a step further, i.e. getting in touch with local news outlets, is also appropriate.
When it comes to producing content for your website, social media and blog, there are many speculations to take into consideration. From keywords to fluff pieces, it's important to keep your audience in mind. What are they searching for, and what do they wish to learn more about?
When it comes to flushing out the many topics that stem from your pillar content, organization and planning are key.
The psychology of word meaning runs deep - and the words we see on social media are no exception to this. That being said, being strategic with word use is necessary for the copy on every social media platform you choose to utilize.
If you're anything like us, you've been looking forward to our robot overlords finally taking over some of the more mundane tasks that we end up doing over and over again. Case in point: making frequent, multi-step changes in spreadsheets is a pain, particularly when you end up needing to make the same edits to several sheets.