Category Archives for "Community"

How one notification email got me to use Twitter again

By Brittany Taylor

How one notification email got me to use Twitter againSep. 8, 2016  Gmail’s social inbox is one of my favorite things. Mostly, I use it as a notification-specific spam folder. Sure, I periodically weed out the good stuff, like my 99U newsletters, which always get stuck there (insert massive sigh here). And yeah, since I […]

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How to interact with your audience like a real-live human

How to interact with your audience like a real-live human (and build genuine relationships with the folks most likely to buy what you’re selling)

By Brittany Taylor

How to interact with your audience like a real-live human (and build genuine relationships with the folks most likely to buy what you’re selling)Aug. 4, 2016  Awkward bosses, introverted bosses, socially anxious bosses, hear this: It’s time to tamp down on those rising panic levels, swallow the fear, ditch the robo-voice, and learn to interact […]

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Jealousy isn’t a good look for you, boss babe. Your competition doesn’t have to raise your hackles. Buddying up with them can actually boost your business. I’m talking community over competition. This is why (and how) you should make it happen | via SeeBrittWrite.com

Community over competition: The case for acknowledging, befriending, and talking up your awesome competition to boost your business

By Brittany Taylor

Community over competition: The case for acknowledging, befriending, and talking up your awesome competition to boost your businessMay 30, 2016  The very first mistake I made at my first job as a web editor was retweeting a competitor. You know the phrase “blew a fuse”? Well, my shiny new boss blew an entire fuse box. […]

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Goodbye, Mr. Roboto! Learn how to talk to your audience like a real person | via SeeBrittWrite.com

How to talk to your audience like a real person

By Brittany Taylor

How to talk to your audience like they’re real peopleJuly 20, 2015  It’s not much of a secret anymore that customers want brands to talk to them rather than at them. If you need proof, look at the rise of storytelling via the increased interest in longreads, Twitter stories, and Vine. Look at customer complaints that […]

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