Denise Martin: Writing Psychology – 9 Steps to Move Any Online Audience to Action

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October 13, 2014

The other side of technology – content is really king! What goes on the wordpress site is as important as getting the site properly up and running. Words matter, own voice and tone matter, credibility and authenticity matter for action to happen. That desired action can be to click, to download, to watch a video, to interact/engage, to buy, to signup.
Rather than hire a copywriter, learning to write one’s own copy pays dividends in future interactions (blog posts, forum comments, emails).

Online writing is not the same as offline writing, nor is it anything we learned in grade school. My talk, rooted in human behavioral development research, gives a 9-step formula to write effectively for the worldwide web.

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WordCamp Maine 2014 18

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Content Creation 46
Writing 34

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