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Secret Copywriting Tips to Take your Social Media Posts to Connect and Convert - Shared screen with speaker view
Neha Awasthi
06:08
Hey Kat - Copywriting can definitely always be improved.
Angie FN
06:36
I come from new caledonia in the south pacific and i am a student in a business school, for the newt year i would like to open a restaurant in new caledonia
Lyn Carman
07:10
Hi all, I have a consulting and recruitment business working specifically with oral health professionals.
Natasha Rees
07:16
Hi I run a strategic planning and governance consultancy business for social enterprises
Chris Pitcher
07:16
Good Morning Wellness Coach . What to impact People to embrace Wellness
Alicia Norton
07:33
Greetings from FL! I’m a digital marketing freelancer looking to level up my social media marketing skills.
Sava Politis
08:08
Hello beautiful people,Sava Politis – Personal Development & Relationship CoachLove to connect:https://www.linkedin.com/in/sava-politis-13830431
Lyn Carman
08:25
Learning more about writing copy, any tips and tricks to bring people on a journey with me, you are right words are so powerful
Jordan Tito
08:31
good morning Skip here from Team Justagirl and Fishing trips with Skip
Lyn Carman
09:31
Will do - committing to at least one thing
Wendy Perry
10:39
Doing 1 thing from the session seems easy :)
Lyn Carman
16:08
connection
sherry sheng
16:12
make it fun
Wendy Perry
16:18
spelling
Fotini Koutlakis
16:26
Im the wrong viewpoint for this brand
Natasha Rees
16:29
feel uncomfortable selling myself
Jordan Tito
16:31
a question
Tasha Copeland
16:34
Making it relate to my product
Michael Dow
17:08
how can I make this interesting
Jodie
17:49
Share the journey
Jordan Tito
18:01
attention grabing from the first few words
Sava Politis
18:01
making the message connect with people
Victoria Wallis-Smith
28:13
Second one
Wendy Perry
28:21
I like the second version especially when aiming to stand out
Joyce Piper
28:31
Number 1 is stiff, Number 2 is much more relatable and feels real
Sava Politis
28:53
The second one.....more authentic/real/honest
Jodie
29:18
2nd One - more playful
Wendy Perry
38:25
Perhaps to be a bit more playful
Joyce Piper
38:48
drop the jargon and corporate speak.
Victoria Wallis-Smith
38:48
All of it... writing they way I would speak to someone.
Jordan Tito
39:03
remember you are the specialist dumb it down for people
Jodie
39:20
Think Scribbling!
Natasha Rees
39:30
tip 3 - focus on benefit to them
Keith Gillard
39:45
More action oriented and less concerned with the grammar. Also, answer the 'So What? question.
Lyn Carman
39:47
Congratulations Neha
Michael Dow
39:53
As already said, drop the jargon
Sava Politis
40:10
Tip 2
Usha
40:22
can you pop the link in the chat please
Lyn Carman
40:44
Thank you Neha, lots of great insights
Natasha Rees
40:55
can you put that last slide up again with your contact details
Ella
40:55
I loved 'so'. That's gold!! I also love 'don't write, talk'. So true.Thanks!!. Sorry I came in late. I'm so glad I made it for your three points.
Alfredo Cabada
40:57
That’s awesome very insightful, thank you Neha
Joyce Piper
40:58
Thank you Neha and thank you Wendy. Very interesting and helpful session.
Jodie
41:11
Thanks Neha!
Jodie
41:16
Thanks Wendy!
Faye
41:46
Very nice presentation. Don't make reader think too much.
Usha
43:02
Thanks so much Wendy and Neha for arranging the session.. Just in time for me when I am on writing content for our startup idea's soft launch πŸ™
Sava Politis
43:17
Thank you Neha & Wendy. Great presentation & lessons. What's your view on #hashtags?
Tasha Copeland
43:20
Just seconds before this meeting, I was working on my website, describing products and I was really struggling!! This has helped amazingly!
Lyn Carman
44:32
Then you begin to speak to your market - I really enjoy the reminder to consider how you would talk to your market if they already love you - rather than scrutinizing
Sava Politis
44:48
What's your view on #hashtags?
Ella
45:04
Yes I'd like to know more about hashtags too
Natasha Rees
45:12
struggle with topics to talk about
Fotini Koutlakis
45:32
how do you sound 'authentic' if your audience is vastly different to who you actually are? for instance I'm writing to young men, and I'm a not so young woman.
Usha
45:47
i struggle with telling my story about business and connecting with the audience or the person in front of me
Natalie
46:03
Sharing vulnerable storytelling...how to make it feel safe for your customer to deal with your business so they don't think that you are a mental case with mental health issues! πŸ€“
Tasha Copeland
46:34
I was struggling to describe them without writing an essay size! Now I realise you just have to put what they want/need to hear
Tasha Copeland
49:45
Thank you!
Natasha Rees
50:07
Can you put the next slide up please
Natalie
50:41
veery good points
Wendy Perry
54:51
Any final questions? Thanks
Lyn Carman
55:08
Off to write an article now - great timing, maybe I'll write about authenticity
Lyn Carman
55:33
Thanks Wendy and Neha, great session
Raquella Neiger
55:35
can we get a recording of this later?
Fotini Koutlakis
55:48
Yes it helped ! Thank you both, Wendy and Neha - Enjoy your days :)
Natalie
55:55
Thank you so much for these insights.
Raquella Neiger
56:12
how do we join this group?
Usha
56:13
Already requested to join the group
Ella
56:16
Fantastic!! Very helpful!! Thank you Ellax
Raquella Neiger
56:26
yes
Jodie
56:29
Thank you again.
Neha Awasthi
56:48
https://www.facebook.com/groups/marketingforlifecoachesandpractitioners
Raquella Neiger
59:15
how to deal with family that doesn't believe in you
Raquella Neiger
59:43
like they say you will never make a business with your ideas or you always fail so you will fail again
Raquella Neiger
01:00:36
Also the elevator pitch sometimes we just ramble but we want to clearly communicate what we can do and it is difficult in front of a potential customer
Usha
01:02:18
Thankyou so much.
Natalie
01:03:39
I love that! Just Ignore them! Family and friends can def be your biggest NON supporters at times. Massive thing is to remind oursekves that they are Not often our target market. So forget their criticism!
Chris Pitcher
01:04:34
tHANKYOU
Fotini Koutlakis
01:05:21
Thank you 🌺
Ella
01:05:26
THANKS WENDY!!! THANKS NEHA!
Wendy Perry
01:05:42
Thanks everyone, see you at something soon :)
Natalie
01:05:45
Thanks for arranging this Wendy πŸ™
Ella
01:05:51
😍
Suzanne Phillips
01:06:01
Thanks Neha and wendy