One Year Ago on the WordScience Blog
Forgive me if I pat myself on the back for having been blogging for over a year now. Since I’ve accumulated a “library” of blogs, I decided to rerun these from a year ago — June 2011. Frankly, I’d even forgotten about some of them. Hopefully you’ll still find these blogs enjoyable and useful. Good marketing advice never goes out of style. Just click on the title, and you’ll go straight over to that blog. Just come back for the rest.
When Not to Write a Press Release
Never plan to publish just one press release. A steady flow of press releases brings the best results.
Hitting the Sales Plateau? Time for a Marketing Plan
When you hit a sales plateau, look at what a marketing plan can do.
Trade Show PR — Only the Beginning
I’ve written quite a bit about tradeshow PR, and this week I’ll be meeting with a client to talk about some ideas for her trade show. Read some of the questions I’ll ask.
Thoughtful Words. Conscious Copywriting.
Seen any of these words lately in a brochure? Press release? Web page? Of course you have. Maybe I even put it there, and shame on me! Robust Feature-rich Leading edge Best in breed Quality Innovative Customer focus Critical and its cousin, mission-critical Challenge and opportunity Solution – Oh, especially you, evil Solution!
More Good Stuff
Come back next time for fresh WordScience blogging. And because I’m nice that way, here are some other articles you might like. (Sorry, I got carried away. They all looked so interesting.)