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Essential Rules of Good Copywriting You Can't Get Around

Chris Marentis
Since there are thousands of sites out there that are vying for consumers’ attention, it is essential that you deliver your points quickly and easily enough for all Internet users to understand. If your copy can grab people’s interest and maintain it, you’re on a strong path to conversions.
Essential Rules of Good Copywriting You Can't Get Around

Are You Falling Foul of the Facebook 20% Text Rule on Images?

emoderation
Facebook are now enforcing a "no more than 20% text in images" rule. But do you know what is and what isn't permitted?
Are You Falling Foul of the Facebook 20% Text Rule on Images?

Establishing the Brand of YOU

ConvoNation
Much like an organization is judged by its logo, its offices, and other physical manifestations, you are judged by your looks; just as an organization lives by a credo, or a mission you live by your morals and values; and just as an organization strategizes about the company they keep so too must you with the people you surround yourself with, or your "partners."
Establishing the Brand of YOU

The Rules of Branding

Dominique Ellis
Branding. It’s what smart businesses do when taking their marketing to the next level is the order of the day. But there’s more to branding than getting your message broadcasted the right way.It’s time for some class rules.

8 Essential Rules for Social Media and Business

joshleatherman
Social Media is a complex and evolving medium that many businesses struggle to figure out. Few find quantifiable success with it, many have failed, and most have yet to truly form a social media strategy. Failure is often a result of using social media before taking time to understand it, including asking the questions why do people engage on it and what are the unwritten rules that govern its use. ad campaign. It's like trying to run before one has learned to walk.
8 Essential Rules for Social Media and Business

Social Media Engagement: The Old Rules of Business Still Apply

chrisstreet
Just because it’s online and not in front of a person, it doesn’t mean there is a new code of conduct. The best commercial boundaries are always based on elements of the above points. Social media engagement is just the same. The old rules of business apply here, too.

Social Media and the Paradox of "Rules"

DrewHawkins

How to get your Facebook Fan Page Banned

SeanCallanan

Are You Putting the “Anti” in Social Media?

globalcopywrite

Think Twitter Has No Rules? Think Again

socialized