As Chris Young pointed out in a recent post, the Internet never forgets, and what you do online today may hurt you tomorrow.
Over the next two weeks, I will be rolling out my list of the Top 5 Social Media Writing Sins. Indulging in any of these sins can lessen your credibility and limit the effectiveness of your online writing.
You could lose the respect of someone who was already warming up to you, or fail to capture the attention of a potentially ideal client.
If you're not seeing the results you want from social media, maybe your writing is to blame! Or maybe you've been hesitant to participate in social media because you're concerned about your reputation or your brand.
If you'd like to learn the ins and outs of writing for social media, check out this presentation:
How to Socialize Your Writing Without Losing Your Credibility
Here's what I'll cover on the call:
- The Top 5 Social Media Writing Sins (a review)
- Five social media writing principles that will improve your results and ease your mind
- Online writing tools that will help you with social media