Do you feel compelled to record what you do each day? Is your smartphone a remote controlling your self worth? After digesting an essay by Virginia Woolf written almost 100 years ago, I was shocked to find we face a lot of the same issues still today. We want to stand out, get noticed, curate our legacy – be anything but Anonymous. Do you even have the choice to live an unrecorded life?
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This post shows you how to communicate good and do other stuff real good too... basically how NOT to be a repetitive parrot.
I’ve tried to articulate here the very core of what heapswhitty offers; how I work; with invaluable advice for creative freelancers and the professionals hiring them.
Black and white drab copywriting is out. Wit is in. Creative content is now all the rave in marketing, so creative writers are flocking in for a feed. Are they up to it, or is there still a skill gap?
Meanwhile the average joes can't even keep up with the quirky content revolution.
What's a girl to do? I can think of a few things...
There's a swarm of samey-sounding marketing blogs and advice articles available every day online - but isn't it lovely when one post just slaps you across the face with an idea?
Tweeting such a post is just one reflex, but I wanted to personally share some words from Seth Godin on the factory mindset vs creating art when it comes to content marketing...