Date: 24 Jun 2021
Words matter. Pick the right ones, place them in the right order and you’ll gain hearts, minds and wallets but in this post-literate age fewer of us can pen a persuasive paragraph.
Today’s copywriter must be part scribe, part digital communications savant and part psychologist. There’s no copy that can’t be improved – made more relevant, impactful and persuasive.
We’ll look at:
- media releases;
- social media content;
- Presidents’ and CEO letters / pieces;
- opinion pieces / letters to editors;
- appeal letters;
- understanding your audience;
- simple ways to improve any copy;
- website copy.
Once registered, get in touch with Brett to have your own copy reviewed live. You can reach Brett here.
Presenter Brett de Hoedt of Hootville Communications has written speeches, TV and radio commercials, appeal letters, opinion pieces and social media content.
The former print journalist has written for the Sunday Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Truth, New Idea, Carpet Cleaner Monthly and dozens of nonprofits. (Yes – Carpet Cleaner Monthly!)
Learn what to do – and avoid - from dozens of examples. Brett might even review your own copy. Includes follow-up notes.
A lively, practical and challenging session is guaranteed.
This Webinar took place live on:
Thursday, June 24, 2021 from 1pm to 2.15pm AEST
Institute of Community Directors Australia members: $70 (inc GST)
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Non-member price: $80 (inc GST)
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