Brian Honigman is a content marketing consultant & CEO of Honigman Media -- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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You’ve built the ideal lead form and landing page for your website, but what does it take to actually get visitors to take action and fill out the entire form?
Here are three ways to drive real results.
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Unless you’re writing a scholarly essay, the way we’ve been taught to write in school is way too formal. I think this approach directly clashes with the way we read online, in a nutshell — it’s outdated.
This formalized writing style makes everyone’s sound the same when they write. Leaving less room for a person’s personality to shine through in their writing.
Let’s discuss why this is the wrong approach to writing and why it’s better to write like you talk to get your point across.
Engagement and advocacy programs are often designed to incentivize the participation of your employees, which only leads to activating a small group of about 100 advocates within a company that are likely already engaged.
Employees want to feel connected to their work and their employer, but your corporate communications department must spearhead this effort on their behalf.