Blogs are one of the most cost-effective marketing tools in your arsenal. While they aren't always easy and they take up time to write them, the benefits of a GOOD business blog make them worth doing.
Do you know how to write good blog content?
Let's go over 8 tips on how to take your blog from "blah" to "blazing."
You could make a strong argument that the headline is the single most important piece of your copy.Without a catchy headline, the benefits of your product might never be seen.So how do you create a headline that grabs attention? Let's look at 10 ways you can improve your headlines.
We've got some tips on how to write using the "force." In this case, we'll look at how to write a sales email.
But we aren't talking about young LUKE Skywalker and writing like a Jedi. We're talking Annakin (aka Darth Vader, Luke's Dad) and writing like a Sith-Lord.
The sales page is one of the most important, and most difficult, pieces of copy to write. For a business, it is the make or break area for converting leads into sales.Old fashioned salesmanship is king here, and no amount of digital-age "magic" can replace it. So how do you go about getting the best response from your copy?
Most people think they need to use more words to explain their product or service when writing copy. They think they need to come up with continuous clever lines. They use jargon or big words to impress and sound like an expert.What you're doing is making your customers or readers tune out.So how do you deliver an effective message without using "all the words?" Stick with the "Less is More" approach to each of the following:
You spend hours putting together websites, press releases, email marketing campaigns...even company profiles. So why isn't anyone reading them?
Chances are, it's your headline.
So how do you create a headline to grab attention? Here are a few tips on how to create some "zing."