- Mon, February 27 2012
- Filed under: Writing
If you want to be remarkable, you have to be worth remark.
In other words, if you want people to open your emails, like you on Facebook or retweet your tweets, the single most important solution is to provide great content. It’s that simple, I swear. People only share what you say when you provide something worth sharing.
That’s easier said than done, of course. You may not have a brilliant ideas all the time. So what do you do when the well is dry? Here are some great tips from Copyblogger. (Hat tip to Beth Kanter, who pointed me to the Copyblogger infographic.)
By the way, #3 is my favorite. Keep sending me questions:)