Story Telling

  • Tips From Special Agent Gibbs on How to Write Better Copy

    …! GIBBS: Then can you get to the point? ABBY: Yes, Gibbs. LESSON TO BE LEARNED: Abby loves running on at the mouth and telling stories. Gibbs, however, is the complete opposite: straight to the bottom line. If you force prospects to read a ton of copy that they don’t want to read, you’ll lose them before you get to the part that would likely…

    Karon Thackston/ Marketing Words Blog- 13 readers -
  • Convert Your Skimming Visitors to Addicted Blog Readers

    … write fantastic headlines’ is a commandment in the blogging world and blog readers love them! In his copywriting book, Advertising Secrets of the Written Word, Joseph Sugarman asks what the purpose of a headline is, and while most people will say to grab attention, Sugarman says that a headline’s purpose is to get the audience to read the first…

    How To Make Money Onlinein Blogging- 15 readers -
  • The Hack is Back- How To Get Access to Some Incredible Story Telling Training

    … of a single weekend. One of the weekend favorites (I’ve heard this from SO many people), was my amazing business partner, Chris. He tore up the stage, had people in tears with his incredible stories, and blew people’s minds with his EPIC Story training. It was actually amazing (and the only time I’ve ever seen this happen)- the corporate team kept…

    Amy Starr Allenin How To's- 8 readers -
  • 5 Essential Thought Leadership Skills For Content Marketing Success

    … she's doing. You'll pay attention when she speaks or writes because she's proven herself. If you want to be a thought leader, you have to share the love. Keeping all the good stuff for yourself and asking people to just trust you doesn't work. Show them why you deserve their trust. Thought Leadership Attribute #4: Social Clout Thought leaders…

    Larry Kim/ Marketing Landin Content- 32 readers -
  • How to Tell Your Story and Connect with Your Audience on YouTube

    … they are compelled to consume even more of your content. But don’t just stop at the content of your individual videos. Your Story Starts on Your YouTube One Channel Home Page Try to think of your YouTube channel as a complete package. Because it stands to reason that anyone who wants to learn more about you, will more than likely visit your One…

    Basic Blog Tipsin Social- 20 readers -