You can’t be a good marketer if you’re not a good writer. Content marketing, social media, and SEO are just some aspects of marketing that rely heavily on quality writing. Writing well also enables you to communicate an idea, message, or benefit of the product.
In episode 149, you’ll learn from Roxine Kee, a content writer specialist:
- Why templates and best practices aren’t worth following
- The importance of framing marketing as a way to help people
- Three tips to improve your writing
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About Roxine Kee
Roxine is a content marketing specialist. She’s also an alumni mentor of David Perell’s Write of Passage writing course.
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