How are you feeling?
If you read my stuff often and have come to know and trust me, you probably feel quite comfortable.
Is it your first time? Now that’s an entirely different bale of
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.socialmediatoday.com
Trey Robinson, a LinkedIn connection, posted this fabulous Barry Feldman article that was featured in Social Media today. I’ve read a few of Barry’s articles before, and this concept of creating the customer comfort zone is something that he obviously knows how to do very well himself. This is something that I’m constantly aspiring to be able to do. I think I have created the comfort zone, but I think there are cleaner, crisper, clearer ways to do it, and it looks like our pal Barry has outlined for us how to approach that in this article.
Take a look. This is important not only in marketing, but in creating any kind of content, really. If an end user is looking through a manual of a complicated product, don’t they want to know that by reading the instructions, they are in good hands and that they will be able to accomplish their task easily with the help of those instructions? Of course. It’s the responsibility of any writer to do that. Again, all these tips can take you far no matter how you are approaching the content.
Do you have any additional tips to add? Include them in the comments below.