Posts Tagged corporate writer

Playground Marketing: What Comes Around, Goes Around

Playground Marketing: What Comes Around, Goes Around

April 23, 2011  |   Posted by :   |   Copywriting,Young Copywriter Series   |   Comments Off on Playground Marketing: What Comes Around, Goes Around»

Moderator's Note: Here's the second in a series of Young Copywriter guest posts. This one is from our returning champion, Shelby Blanchard Stogner, who specializes in giving a voice to growth-minded companies. She can be reached via the contact form ...

Digging for Diamonds as a Virtual Research Assistant

Digging for Diamonds as a Virtual Research Assistant

January 23, 2011  |   Posted by :   |   Copywriting,Corporate Messaging,Research,Slideshow   |   Comments Off on Digging for Diamonds as a Virtual Research Assistant»

Do you enjoy doing your own research? Or run from it like the plague? Regardless, you'll enjoy our new guest post from virtual research assistant, Christine Cavaliero (aka 'The Lady in Red'). Her experiences might help guide your own career ...

How Metrics Will Increase Your Corporate Writing Sales

How Metrics Will Increase Your Corporate Writing Sales

An organization's sale message is a moving target: What’s relevant today may be old news tomorrow. Show your client (or employer) how the right metrics will keep the sales message on point. And you'll have a steady income stream that you ...

The New Sales Weapon for Corporate Writers

The New Sales Weapon for Corporate Writers

Ask a marketing director which additional skill she wishes she had, and you'll inevitably hear, "better understanding of finance." Yes, corporate writing friends, CMOs and CFOs everywhere are becoming better friends--because they have to. Welcome to the New Normal of ...

Which Sales Message Works Best: Stats or Stories?

Which Sales Message Works Best: Stats or Stories?

Which approach sells better, from the heart or from the head? Don't answer so fast. The real answer may surprise you. To prove my point, I'd like to share an article from direct response writer John Forde. Take it away, John... ................................................. Carnegie ...

3 Questions Every Corporate Writer Must Answer Every Day

3 Questions Every Corporate Writer Must Answer Every Day

If you can answer these three questions, you'll have a client (or employer) for as long as you want. The answers are the heart of how to build a Corporate Messaging Platform: the system for customizing and consistently delivering ...

How Much Does the Wrong Sales Message Cost?

How Much Does the Wrong Sales Message Cost?

Not too long ago, I was interviewing the marketing director of a $50 billion healthcare company. It has a sales force of several hundred, scattered across America. Making thousands of in-person sales calls a week to hospitals and other healthcare ...

Corporate Writers: It’s Time to Reinvent the Wheel

Corporate Writers: It’s Time to Reinvent the Wheel

August 31, 2010  |   Posted by :   |   Copywriting,Corporate Messaging,Corporate Writing,Slideshow   |   9 Comments»

The profession of corporate writing is broken, and we have no one but ourselves to blame. True, we're charged to do more work than ever before, in less time and with fewer resources. But our response isn't working. Instead of ...

Part II: Experience is the Enemy of Corporate Writers

Part II: Experience is the Enemy of Corporate Writers

August 12, 2010  |   Posted by :   |   Copywriting,Corporate Messaging,Corporate Writing,Slideshow   |   6 Comments»

Recently, I claimed that placing too much value on industry experience can do a corporate writer more harm than good. And I called into question the practice of some companies that hire corporate writers based solely on industry experience. Which begs ...

The #1 Way to Win More Corporate Writing Clients

The #1 Way to Win More Corporate Writing Clients

July 26, 2010  |   Posted by :   |   Corporate Messaging,Corporate Writing,Slideshow   |   4 Comments»

Not one in 100 corporate writers knows this secret. But those who do will beat other corporate writers for more work every time. So what's the secret? It's so simple, it shouldn't be a secret at all. If you're going to ...