Persuasive writing: Titles and tweets

Posted on: November 17, 2017 persuasive writing tips

At the recent Persuasive writing course in London I was asked to provide more information on crafting great titles for article and blogs. I also discovered that at a previous session I’d been asked to provide more guidance on writing effective tweets. The two topics are similar – so here goes. Writing persuasive titles Titles […]

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Accountancy marketing case study: Haines Watts accountants “For Love or Money” thought leadership campaign

Posted on: April 6, 2017 accountancy marketing case study Haines Watts Love or Money thought leadership

I interviewed Sam Davies, Group Head of Marketing at Haines Watts (HWCA), to obtain an accountancy marketing case study on the firm’s thought leadership campaign “For Love or Money – the secret life of the business owner”. About Sam and Haines Watts Sam has worked at Haines Watts for over 18 years and in her […]

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Persuasive writing tips – Five technical questions

Posted on: March 31, 2017 persuasive writing tips

During a recent MBL persuasive writing course in Manchester we addressed many of the same issues as on previous writing courses (see, for example: http://www.kimtasso.com/whats-right-write-highlights-persuasive-writing-business-development-workshop/ and http://www.kimtasso.com/five-favourite-thoughts-on-fantastic-writing-from-a-business-development-writing-workshop-2015/ and http://www.kimtasso.com/business-development-writing-lawyers-13-top-tips-writing-impact/). But there were also some specific questions which the delegates asked me to address in a blog post on persuasive writing tips. So here goes: 1. […]

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What’s right to write? Highlights from a persuasive writing for business development workshop

Posted on: February 2, 2017 persuasive writing tips

Last week I was joined in London by accountants, tax advisers, surveyors, lawyers and business development folk for the first public workshop on persuasive writing for business development.  Writing topics of interest At the outset, I asked the delegates to share their areas of interest or concern and their main questions. The themes that emerged […]

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Book Review – The Thought Leadership Manual by Tim Prizeman

Posted on: June 1, 2016 Thought leadership manual by Tim Prizeman

I read “Thought Leadership Manual – How to grab your clients’ attention with powerful ideas” a while ago but I’ve been so busy I didn’t get round to writing the review. And it’s an important book that many marketing, communications and business development folk will find useful. Tim starts with a promise “This is not an […]

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