How To Write for the Web

I’ve learned this the hard way and am still learning as I go, but writing for different marketing platforms like Twitter, Pinterest, Email, Blogging, etc. is very different from the other. This cheat sheet will help you with your copywriting when it comes to social media, emails, blogs and much more.

One of the mistakes I used to make was to write very corporate america-ish for my website and blog posts, but now I’ve transitioned to write much more personable. The people I work with are, well, people and not a corporate building. What I mean is, no matter what their job, they will be much more interested in reading something that is written directly to them instead of to a generic group.

I hope this helps.

 

VerticalResponse Copywriting Cheat Sheet Infographic

I hope you learned something new.

What crazy copywriting mistakes have you made? Leave a comment below.

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Jill Juneja

Marketing + Business Coach & Mentor at How Tos of Internet Marketing
I help small business owners, solo-professionals, & coaches market + brand + grow + make more sales in today's online world. I specialize in digital marketing, website & blog strategy, SEO, social media, email marketing & attracting & converting the ideal audience into long-term fans & customers. Ready to boost your business to the next level? Contact me @ jillk@jilljuneja.com.

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