Can you write funny, happy, inspiring posts to attract your ideal client?

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Can you write funny, happy, inspiring posts to attract your ideal client?

If you are an extrovert, you will write these posts with ease because you have a habit of doing it on a daily basis. If you are a professional copywriter, you will write such posts with ease too, because it’s your job, no strings attached. However, if you are more of an introvert and you do not have a habit in manipulation, and you try to achieve everything on your own, then writing an emotional post can be a bit weird process for you.

So, first of all, I want to tell you — it’s tough to write a good funny post. That’s why there are not that many good comedians. It’s not easy to write a post which arises some emotions like happiness, comfort. It’s tough to write a post which motivates and inspires people. But it’s easy to write a sad post, which calls for compassion, that calls for anger or sadness or judgment. That’s the reason why you get all this crap in the news all the time.

If you want to inspire people, think about something which inspired you. Little things which actually make you feel better and move you to do something great with it. Can you connect it to your business?

If you want to make people happy, think about simple things which make you happy, but let them not be personal at all. Because if you always write about your family, it may not connect with other people, (unless you write for family people only). But if you write about somebody else’s family it may work for a bigger audience. What happens to your friend, neighbour, colleague, stranger in the supermarket? Once again can you connect it to your business?

When you describe some amusing story which happens to you or your friends, read it out to several people, do they laugh? If they didn’t maybe, it’s too precise and not very clear. And even if it’s funny and all are laughing, can you connect it to your business?

The conclusion is simple — whatever story you write to promote your brand use the all previous maths and emotion but make it relevant to your business. Your goal is to sell, not just to entertain people with the novel. Focus on your ultimate aim of what you want to achieve and create the posts and texts which will make you reach that purpose.

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