Good copywriting establishes trust and authority, builds relationships, and gets people talking, sharing and buying. It’s to-the-point and understated, yet effective.
Just over a year ago, as the pandemic started, I wrote a blog post about the fear-based change in consumer habits that the pandemic brought about, and explained how companies can best respond to this change in consumer habits going forward.
Here at Yellow Door, we are currently considering changing to a new social media scheduling platform. In our search for a better-suited service provider, we’ve conducted research on a wide range of social media management tools, and with so many to choose from, we understand why many may find this task quite overwhelming and tedious.
As broadcast and print media become less prevalent, and digital marketing takes centre stage, many assume that it has never been easier for brands to connect directly with their target markets. But as we bid farewell to reliance on third parties in order to get our messages out, we welcome a new generation of consumers who are more demanding and hold more power than ever before.
One of our favourite activities at Yellow Door is conducting brand strategy workshops with our clients. We find the workshops are particularly beneficial for new retainer clients, as they help us to really understand the brand and have a holistic plan before we start creating content. They are also a great introduction and first step in building a strong relationship between an agency and a client, which is so key to our approach.