Omnipresence or ubiquity is the property of being present everywhere. – Wilkipedia
In one ear, out the other…
Do you ever feel like you’re running up against a brick wall?
You’ve dropped hints. You’ve written blog posts.
But, you’re still not getting your point across to anyone.
Think being pushy and aggressive will get your point across? Think again. That turns your prospects off worse than a mediocre handshake.
So when you’re feeling like you can’t get your point across to your customers, your significant other, your friends or family…. you learn to communicate better.
Here’s a few articles I found around the web that will help you get started to communicate better.
by Seth Godin
Are you willing enough to challenge your inner critic? The voice inside you that says you can’t because of years of conditioning… and do what you were always meant to do…
If so, read Seth’s post.
by Mitch Meyerson
Want to communicate with impact in your area? Do it and do it well. Read Mitch’s post to know exactly what to do on social media and craft your message.
by Stanford Smith
Stanford makes Apple’s copywriting secrets look EASY! You’ve got to see what he says about how to effectively communicate using copywriting. Use this for your content writing too. Then, push the easy button. Done.
by Robert Bruce
Overnight success to effective communication is nearly impossible. It takes consistency to get through to others. And not everyone will get you or like you. So what? If you want to be polarizing, read Robert’s post and find out how Drudge cultivated a following of epic size.
by Lorrie Morgan-Ferrero
Copying is “copywriting.” Don’t reinvent the wheel. Learn what it takes to communicate about your products from Lorrie’s article.
And lastly, communication comes in different forms. If someone isn’t getting the message, write them a letter… It’s a start.
In marketing, being omnipresent is the key to informing others about your brand, your products, programs and services. Learning effective communication is the way you get your marketing message across.
How do you communicate better? Let me know in the comments section.