As an assistant at XYZ College’s career services office, I am responsible for updating information on alumni, career advisors, and companies who publicize internships with our office. This involves heavy calling during my shifts at the office. In addition to calling, I also email clientele. This calls for me to employ interpersonal skills to communicate with clients effectively. Due to my strong communication skills, I have been given even more responsibilities. For example, I now publicize all career services events via multiple social media platforms.
At first thought to be honest. I thought that by offering 3 different courses and being biased to your favourite was a copywriting sales tactic to indirectly persuading the reader to purchase the 3 rd option (your fav) by quite masterfully staring options 1 and 2 are second and 3rd best and as we all know everyone wants the best, so naturally everyone will gravitate to the 3rd option. Maybe I’m reading to deep but well played if that was your intention (especially with “the closer” and you will get an additional 10% off the already low price. Anyway which course is right for me for what I am looking for as I stated earlier..thank you.
In practice, SMS campaigns can seem daunting. The technology is fundamentally different and the pricing varies from country to country. Twilio simplifies this problem by providing a web API for text messages. To optimize deliverability, Twilio Copilot queues outbound messages to the carriers on your behalf. Using Notify, you can send many notifications with one API request. Send to a list of users or use segments and tags to select the audience.
In a Washington Post article by Chris Cillizza, it highlights some of the stats on how much content is actually consumed (and not consumed) by readers—and it’s pretty surprising. Cillizza claims that in a study conducted by the Media Insight Project, only 41 percent of Americans report that they watched, read or heard any in-depth news stories, beyond the headlines, in the last week.
No post from me about excellent copywriting would be complete without mentioning the folks at Velocity Partners. A B2B marketing agency out of the U.K., we've featured co-founder Doug Kessler's SlideShares (like this one on why marketers need to rise above the deluge of "crappy" content) time and again on this blog because he's the master of word economy.