Right. I said quick fire… So, here we go. 1. THE RIGHT WORDS CAN BUILD YOUR IMAGE. Any copy you use in your marketing is a reflection on both yourself and your business. It should convey the quality and professionalism that you bring to your work. 2. GOOD COPYWRITING IS INVISIBLE. Well-written copy delivers your … Continue reading Top 4 quick fire benefits of writing ‘Quality Cut-through Copy’.
What is the point in a business investing their hard-earned dollars into marketing? Well… Marketing builds the road that sales will eventually drive on. Marketing is an investment – not an expense. Executives who complain about not seeing immediate marketing results are missing the point. If you don’t invest ahead of time in a highway, … Continue reading What is the point of marketing?
Motivation… It’s a funny thing. We all want to feel motivated. Some people strive for it more than others. Some appear to naturally have it, while others seem to never have it. Or, like the majority of us, life comes with its ups and downs to the point where we find ourselves from time to … Continue reading How about you push all the motivational quotes to the side and ask yourself – what would really motivate you?
Writing is not like modelling, gymnastics, or playing tennis. It’s not something where if you missed it by the age of 19, you’re finished. It’s never too late. In fact, as you become older and wiser with more life experience under your belt, there’s a fair chance that you will become an even better writer. … Continue reading When writing transcends all boundaries.
We all like to play it safe, don’t we? I know that many of us like to think that we’re risk takers. But, in modern society and in what I’ve heard described as ‘the age of consequence’, it seems we’ve become more risk averse than ever before. In some ways the fear of making mistakes … Continue reading So, you’ve hesitated, tried, failed, made mistakes, fallen over. Well… what’s next?
Have you ever heard the saying “Everything before ‘but’ is bulls**t”? I.e “The project is going really well… but… I need an extra week to finish it” or “I really like you… but… I don’t think you’re right for the job” or even “You’ve put together a great business case… but… you were unsuccessful.” Believe … Continue reading Is everything before ‘but’ bulls**t?
Once upon a time, I was the manager of the cutting and pasting department. Well, that’s what one senior manager with a very loud voice once referred to the marketing department as. He kept it up, and soon the whole office was under the impression that we literally sat around cutting and pasting all day. … Continue reading How would you handle being referred to as “The Cutting & Pasting Manager”?