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On Message

Precision Communication for the Digital Age

Combining the classic commandments of persuasive writing and the increasing demands of the newest of new media, On Message shows how it's not what we write that makes messages stick but who will bother to listen.
    Paperback£14.99
    Ebook£12.49
    Print and ebook bundle£18.80
EAN: 9780749464875
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 215x139
200 pages
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About the book

Gone are the days of the traditional sales letter. Engaging with global audiences in an increasingly competitive world means that what you say has to be incisive, relevant and delivered in a way that can't be ignored. On Message provides expert guidance to help you keep up with the demands of the newest of new media, build a community and compete with big players. Packed with examples and practical help, it includes: templates; simple formulae for better messaging; practise exercises; review techniques; tips on flexing your writing muscles, and strategies to develop hard-hitting communication.

Examining how to capture more followers who listen for longer and more intently, On Message will teach you how to develop your voice, segment your audience for more effective messaging, edit existing copy and engage with new and emerging markets.

About the authors

Theo Theobald

Theo Theobald is a freelance writer and business consultant with a track record that includes six years in senior sales and marketing management positions with the BBC and a creative writing career embracing major internet and audio production. In 2001 he started his own company, Shocktactic Ltd, and has undertaken major writing and production projects for a host of organisations such as the BBC and CIPD. He is the author of On Message and Develop Your Presentation Skills, also published by Kogan Page.

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On Message is very much a worthwhile read.

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