If people don’t read the first line of your copy, they’re never going to read the second line. If they don’t read the second line, then they’re never going to read the third line. The best way for this to happen is to write short, sharp and snappy copy. Forget what they told you in … Continue reading How to write great copy (in 138 words).
How long should a blog post be? Well, the simple answer to this is as long as it needs to be, but no longer. The length of a blog post should essentially be determined by the needs of the audience of whom you expect to consume the information. I.e a post on a technical or … Continue reading Why short blog posts work best.
I love to keep things simple. Maybe it’s because I’m a simple person… or maybe it’s simply because I know that it works. Whether it be in marketing strategy, copywriting, web design, content creation or any situation where an individual is communicating to an audience and hoping to achieve a desired result, I’ve found that … Continue reading Short, simple and clear. Why? How do you communicate?
When I speak to business operators, I get a lot of reasons (or excuses) as to why they’re not blogging regularly. However, the most common one is a preconceived notion that blogging is a long form communication, so each post needs to be hundreds of words long. So, they think that they simply don’t have … Continue reading Don’t stress. How long should a blog post be?