TTW, #TipOfTheDay

TTW, #TipOfTheDay

Good morning, this post was originally dictated. I’m now updating it.


I’m Patty L. Fletcher of Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger, Business Assist)

At Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger, Business Assist) we support talented authors, as well as successful business owners in their marketing, by marrying social media, with more traditional approaches.

Our goal? To help the client market their Book, Blog, or Business to the best of their ability.

One of the best ways for us to do this, is to share tips with our clients, so that they can define the services provided, to better meet their needs.

Here’s your #TipOfTheDay .

In previous posts, both written and recorded, I’ve talked about the importance of content promotion. We’ve discussed ways of getting your content out into the world. We’ve also discussed the importance of interaction, and engagement with readers.  For good or ill, with interaction and engagement comes conversation = commenting.

The first reminder I’ve for you is, “Remember you’re talking to live people.”

Sometimes, when behind a device or keyboard, it’s easy to feel safe which means, you might feel more inclined to be blunt and r=brutally honest.

This can be a great thing. It can also be a destructive tool.

If for example, you’re reading something someone shared on your behalf and you see a mistake they’ve made, it isn’t a great idea to correct them in the public comment thread.

If you feel someone has made an error in a sharing or comment on a shared post the best course of action is to thank them for reading saying something like, “Thanks for sharing this. I hope there were things you enjoyed about this piece.”

Then, contact them privately, discuss what you found wrong and ask them to quietly edit the post.

9 out of 10 times, the average reader doesn’t know there was a problem and would never know if you didn’t make it public in your comments.

Just a little #TipOfTheDay from #TTWMarketing




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