When it comes to providing content, give the customer what he/she wants or needs, and only then will you start building a productive relationship.
“Your needs (as a business owner) should come second to what the other person wants and needs. If you can give them what they are asking for, you will, in turn, get what you need from them as well. Find out what they want and do your best to give it to them,” as CompuKol Connection its it.
Read this post, which spells out how you can find what your customer wants in the way of helpful content:
Determining What Your Target Audience Wants and Needs
Do you need content to bring customers to your website ? Or do you have too much content and need it revamped and made more effective?
Either way, I can solve your problem quickly and efficiently.
“The trick to solving both problems is to focus on what content you and your organization ought to create, and then to create as many iterations of your best content as possible. This ensures the best use of your resources—such as product marketing teams and designers for content creation—and it delivers greater content ROI because the content created (and reused) is higher quality and more relevant,” says prdaily.com.
Read this article http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/21203.aspx and then contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have more than 30 years experience in social media, marketing, public relations and journalism.
You will lose your audience if you insist on rattling on in your speaking or your writing.
If you’re speaking, you need to make your points in 10-18 minutes. Otherwise, the audience loses attention and you lose a great chance to spread your message. Scientists find that many listeners lose focus and tune out speakers after 10 minutes. TED talks, which showcase major league speakers, are limited to 18 minutes on the theory that this is enough time to explain the essence of your subject.
Writing on linkedin.com, Carmine Gallo has more thoughts and information:
“The 18-minute rule also works because the brain is an energy hog. The average adult human brain only weighs about three pounds, but it consumes an inordinate amount of glucose, oxygen, and blood flow. As the brain takes in new information and is forced to process it, millions of neurons are firing at once, burning energy and leading to fatigue and exhaustion. Researchers at Texas Christian University are finding that the act of listening can be as equally draining as thinking hard about a subject. Dr. Paul King calls it “cognitive backlog.” Like weights, he says, the more information we are asked to take in, the heavier and heavier it gets. Eventually, we drop it all, failing to remember anything we’ve been told.”
The same goes for writing. Don’t waste time and pixels on matters unnecessary to your story. If you do, your audience will move on without you.
Get the full details at Gallo’s post:
Content marketing is a smart, low-cost way to promote your business, capture eyeballs and win customers.
And one sure way for people to learn about you is content marketing via e-mail.
Think about all those email addresses you already have for customers, potential customers, vendors and others who might welcome your information and need a reminder that you’re in business.
Smart content marketing quickly gives readers information that’s educational and/or entertaining and doesn’t try the hard-sell approach.
But don’t take my word for it.
Check out this item on www.prdaily.com article on ways to increase your visibility and your revenue.
Do you need a strong creator of interesting content whose writing will draw readers to your website and encourage them to want to do business with you?
I have more than 30 years in journalism, public relations, marketing and social media. This combination of fields helps me tell your story effectively and build your audience, whether you’re dealing with computers, healthcare, science, human resources, lodging, even cowboys and the cattle industry. I have ghostwritten books on management, social media, marketing and other subjects, so I can write knowledgeably and well on just about any business topic you have.
Please check these samples and contact me (email@example.com) if you think we will be a good fit.
I wrote most of the copy for this website:
I wrote much of the copy on this site, including all of the “Practice Areas”: http://ropella.com
I wrote all the “niche” items and found 25-40 keywords per entry for SEO purposes for this site:
Here’s a travel article I wrote to promote a rodeo:
And, just for fun, read this one about bird-watching:
I’m fast and reliable, and I meet deadlines. Always. I’m comfortable writing from material you provide me or from my own research and interviews on topics you assign.
Here’s a great source showing you the best times to post on various social media:
1) I can write interesting, compelling copy for your website, blog, brochure or white paper. Many people focus on design and navigability when they build a website, but they overlook the key third part: Making it entertaining, informative, interesting — a site with which customers/readers want to interact. I write copy that tells your story in a way that engages your audience and draws more sales/clicks/responses.
2) I can design and implement an effective public relations campaign for you via traditional and social media. Whether you’re introducing a product or trying to build visibility for your brand, I can craft the messages that hit home with your desired audience.
I have more than 30 years experience in journalism, marketing, advertising, public relations and ghostwriting. Contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let me show you how I can put my skills and background to work for you.
Bad writing costs business billions of dollars per year — from poorly written memos to unnecessarily complicated instruction booklets to expensive marketing materials that fail to connect with the audience.
But it also hurts guys in the dating game.
A recent Wall Street Journal report about a Match.com study found that 87 percent of women were turned off by bad grammar and poor writing in profiles men posted on the dating site.For the ladies, grammar even ranked ahead of teeth as a deal-breaker.
So, fellas, work harder on your writing skills if you want to win a woman’s attention.
Women should, too, although grammar and writing skills aren’t as important to men looking for women. Only 75 percent of men listed these talents as must-haves for a woman.
No, I won’t write a Match.com profile for you. But I will write a great brochure, blog series, web copy or news release that builds positive attention for you and your business.
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Few companies maximize their websites by showcasing the people who are, in fact, most of their assets.
I’m referring to the “About Us” portion of websites.
Fortunately, Mary Stribley has dozens of ways to make your “About Us” very attractive to readers interested in your products and services: https://designschool.canva.com/blog/unique-inspiring-about-page
I can tell the story of your business via website content that builds awareness and draws new customers.
Your website is the Internet’s version of your front door. Well-written copy makes your business more attractive and draws customers inside.
I can quickly and inexpensively help you reach new customers and motivate existing customers. You can boost your brand with interesting, appealing content that makes customers want to know more about you and your products or services.
Mark O’Brien. Experienced. Attentive. Quick.
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