Today I want to give you an advice that will help you improving your Marketing strategy
We often get stuck trying to speak or blank trying to write and this is due to a lack of vocabulary. We have the idea in our mind but we can’t express them through words. You can solve this by reading more, as your brain will incorporate new words without even realizing it.
At the same time, reading teaches us to appreciate the small details that make the difference when talking to our clients.
Each writer has an distinctive style, and you can have one too!
|Different types of content from different writers have different styles. Once you have read different genres of literature, you will discover what you like and what you don’t like, and you will start to create your own name and style|
Find your own voice and turn it into your personal touch!
You are probably thinking “I don’t have the time to read, I am going trough a lot right now.”You don’t have to read a thousand-page novel, nor stress for not reading the number of pages you want. Try at least reading 5 minutes before going to bed.Are you ready to unleash your creativity? I recommend you these books.
2) Mystery: The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins. A mystery novel that follows the story of a woman obsessed with a couple she sees from the train.
3) Romantic: “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen. This novel transports you to 19th century England. It follows the story of Elizabeth Bennet and her complicated relationship with Mr. Darcy, as they explore the themes of love, pride and social prejudice.
4) Drama: “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr. This acclaimed historical novel presents a moving story set in World War II.
5) Marketing: “The Copywriter’s Handbook” by Robert Bly. It reveals dozens of copywriting techniques that can help you write both print and online ads, emails, and websites that are clear, persuasive, and get more attention—and sell more products.