5 New Year’s Resolutions for online copywriters and marketers.

I don’t know about you, but I like to use the end of each year as a time to reframe my business in one way or another.

It’s a time when I try to step back, see what I’ve been doing, and make a few changes.

I dump a few of the things that are no longer working well for me.

And I step forward into new ideas or approaches that I think will serve me better over the year to come.

That’s where my resolutions come in.

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The power of conversation lies in the fact that it’s ephemeral.

An item of sales literature is printed and sits around in a physical form. It can exist for months, years, or even decades.

The photo above shows a Book Society promotional postcard I found while rummaging through some old papers in my mother’s house.

It had been sitting there for about 50 years.

But a conversation, held between two people, or a group of people, is ephemeral.

A conversation takes place only in the present. In the moment. Now.

On the face of it, you might conclude that when you’re selling stuff, permanence is better than being ephemeral.

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