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There’s been a lot of talk about big data in the past few years. And while there’s no denying its growing impact on nearly every area of both life and business … there’s also no getting around its complexity. One of the best ways to expose yourself to the rapidly developing world of big data is simply to start paying attention to a handful or more of its leading influencers on social media.
Writing is super easy today. Here’s the recipe: keep on mixing a limited set of phrases and don’t forget to season everything with a buzzword or two. Don’t worry that all other writers compose their titles and texts as if they copied it from a shared word list. Keep on flooding the Internet with your “catchy” phrases. Keep ’em coming to be seen, to have your “hot” dish go everywhere.
UX copywriting (UX writing, in short) is a bit different from writing for marketing. The two main differences are the length of your copy and the to-the-pointness that you need to be aware of. UX writing means you’re working on the text in the application user interface (UI). It’s about all sorts of labels, hints, pop-ups, explanations, and error messages.