Boring vs intriguing; which one are you?

Boring vs intriguing; which one are you? - http://vizionsconsulting.com Avatar Posted by AmyJordan under Marketing
From http://vizionsconsulting.com 2586 days ago
Made Hot by: Webdev1 on July 14, 2013 2:45 pm
Ask yourself if your tweets, blog post or articles are boring or intriguing to your ideal clients. If your find yourself stating this statement below, then it’s time to rethink your approach.





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Written by tiroberts
1699 days ago

One of the things I can't stand when it comes to marketing is a boring marketing message. If it is, I will quickly change the TV channel, click the "x" in the browser window or change the radio station.



Written by tiroberts
2120 days ago

One of the things I can't stand when it comes to marketing is a boring marketing message. If it is, I will quickly change the TV channel, click the "x" in the browser window or change the radio station.



Written by sundaydriver
2585 days ago

Same to you Ti. When I read this title in Bizsugar, I got interested.

I think a blog that is entertaining and at the same time trigger a question into a readers mind is great for them to give feedback. And if they put comments, sure they will comeback to see the response of the author. And that is a how great flow starts.



Written by tiroberts
2586 days ago

Fantastic piece, Dekesha. Your title is what caught my attention.

One of the things I can't stand when it comes to marketing is a boring marketing message. If it is, I will quickly change the TV channel, click the "x" in the browser window or change the radio station.

It's important that your marketing message is entertaining but at the same time sparks curiosity. You also want to incorporate the relationship and trust building aspect of marketing. The best way that I've found to do that is by sharing your personal story with your audience.

Your audience likes to know that you're relatable, so they can identify with you. If you can pull all of these things off, you'll have an insanely effective marketing message and a loyal following/fan base/clients.

Took me a while to figure this out but I'm glad I'm glad I finally did!

This is my first time visiting your blog, Dekesha. I found you on Tribber. I like your work; keep it up!

I'll also be sharing your post with my social network and some other communities I'm a part of.

I look forward to connecting more with you soon. :)

Ti



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