Are you a blogger, social media user, or write any kind of content for your church?
Then you need to read this NOW, NOW, NOW! If you didn’t read that with the annoying car salesman voice from television commercials, I advise you to try again.
For those that want to write some kind of content, whether 140 character tweets or 10,000 word eBooks, your words need to have some weight behind them to be effective. The dialect you use in every day conversations is the starting point, but we want to exute passion, enthusiasm, and wisdom in our words. There needs to be a call to action after someone gets done reading our content that change will happen.
So how do you do that? Pick the right words.
Want to make the best of your words?
Read the best tips following this informative infographic about words and phrases that almost always convert:
- Words matter. Using the context (making copies) or urgency (of being in a rush) help.
- The words you want to use in headlines can include “hurry,” “easy,” “now,” “remarkable,” “suddenly,” and “challenge.”
- Tips to improve your words for better reading and improve engagement: exclusivity, scarcity, lack of risk, power terms, and shareable.
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