Thought Leadership is not plain vanilla blogging. It's definitely much more than that... In these noisy times, Thought Leadership is branded by many as a buzzword and they might not be wrong there... but the value you bring to it defines 'thought leadership' for you. Gary Vee is a thought leader so are Seth Godin,… Continue reading Why ‘Thought Leadership’?
I have been writing from a co-working space for some time now. Peopled by the usual suspects- freelancers, start-ups, small companies dreaming big- it’s an interesting place to work in with stories that could fill a notebook. Here’s one that I witnessed…and it’s a sobering tale of micro-managing and insecurity gone all wrong. On my… Continue reading Micromanaging the Death of a Startup
Planning to write email follow up campaigns to sell a product or service? The first thing is obvious: Each mail has to say something different. It definitely can’t be a variation of ‘buy now’. But what? The moon and the stars, gyan, share-an-article, industry update, stand-up comedy? All of these things can be done… Right… Continue reading 3 Steps to Creating Killer Email Follow-Up Campaigns
How to create copywriting messages that stick in minds
The 1-2-3 of email campaigns reads like this: Write an interesting, eye-catching headline Continue with a mail that interests and sells the idea of the product Take the customer to a landing page or home page to close the deal Whatever you do- get those emails to generate business or help you create a list… Continue reading Creating Irresistible Email Campaigns
Why is writing so much more difficult than reading? Why do that brilliant storyline and that sparking dialogue that resounds in my mind never translate as such on paper? At least not with ease… All writers go through these stressful hair-clutching moments…yet despite all these frustrations and anxieties related to writing anything between 600000 and… Continue reading Wanted: A Courageous Writer