In this post, let me share ideas with you to allow your creative juices and imagination to flow, by me naming people, objects, places and incidents in their own terms. Not necessarily to mock them, but to bring out their actual trails. The greatest writer of all, who we knew played around with the names of their characters effectively, was Charles Dickens. Remember his characters Fagin, Uriah heep (yes, later to be an 80’s band), Mr. Bumble, Mrs. Sparsit and so on. Contemporary Scottish writer, Irvine Welsh, also often plays with this form, through his otherwise dark and brooding characters.
Experience is a bad teacher; it takes your test first and teaches you the lesson later. Rightly said, isn’t it? Who said people are born great writers? Just like other things that you do, getting better at writing requires regular practice. After all, practice makes you perfect and experience certainly counts! By practice, I do not mean reading some writing tips, listening to lectures on writing, or attending readings. I mean actual writing, daily, on meaningful topics or maybe writing about something that interests you.
Here are some web marketing concepts that make a difference. Adopting them might just pave the path to your success and of course, customer satisfaction.
Think audience and not market
Have you ever been asked by a web consultant what your market is? Is it 20-year-old college students, or 35-year-old women who hate their husbands? Alternatively, maybe the question itself is wrong. The web is not about markets at all, it is about targeted audiences. In this case, audiences need to be understood, entertained and engaged. In case your pitch doesn’t do that, you are never going to establish your goal! Start treating web visitors as an audience and not as market, and in due time you will find what it takes to be triumphant on the Web.