This is a very popular post by my friend, the writer and social media expert, Emily S. Bynum.
This post is an oldie but a goodie, and it’s a good reminder that many of the posts that get most traffic are the “oldies” ones.
Sometimes you have to hit your target audiences with your message. You have to be able to make them want to read it and share it so they’ll share it with their friends, and they have to want to read it as well.
I have a special relationship with my readers. They are my friends, my family, my colleagues. I value this relationship so much that I almost never make a post without asking them first. But it has to be clear and concise. Otherwise, too many people will scroll down to the bottom of the page and never read the post, which is not a good thing.
I love the concept of a message. I like the idea that people are thinking of their own messages, and they are just trying to make sense of it. If I had to choose between the three things I would choose, I would choose message.
I do actually like the idea of a message. You can read a lot of messages on this website and there’s a lot of them. I love the idea that you can actually see the thoughts of the writer and that’s something I don’t want to lose.
I think I read the “message” thing on a few other websites, but I don’t know what it is. This is the first time I have seen this.
If you think this is funny, you should check out the website that has the message. If you still have a lot of questions on how to communicate in a post, then just click on the post and we’ll be able to find a way to communicate better.
The message says: “The first part of this was sent to me and I’ve been working on it for a week. It’ll get finished today and will be posted on the website tomorrow.
The funny thing is that the website has been up for over a week and it looks as if it will be finished soon. The message itself is a well constructed joke and I laughed so hard I thought I might choke on my lunch.