Apr 14 Posted 1 year ago
Thanks for the great advice. The one concern is in the second tip. You mention that it should be relatable, yet I believe it would be better to have the content relevant rather than just being relatable. In social media, we can make vague inferencance to content that is relatable, but is it relevant to what I am seeking right now?
In social I follow those individual who are relevant to my lifestyle and work. Those that are relatable are relegated to those time when I am jsut surfing the internet in more of a discovery mode.
Apr 11 Posted 1 year ago
Great tips. But we also admit that good linking costs to hire really creative people to make it very clear what is going on. So many times we see how there are unclear branding and related to it marketing (posters, ads) - it's because talents are few in every industry.
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