Improve Your Business Writing Skills With These 4 Tools
Monday Tips is a short list of the best finds across the internet to start your week off right.
Today I have some business writing resources to help you improve your influence and productivity. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your Monday.
Quality content creation is enhanced through the right tools and education. There are several great resources available to make this simple to fit into your work week. You can create winning articles without the need for outsourcing. Would you like to improve your writing for better reach? Take advantage of these resources, and let me know how these work for you!
1) Email templates and training – Email Excellence
Knowing how to craft a professional email can take time and research. Email Excellence provides helpful tools and templates to enable you to write specifically to your target market. For example, create an email that prompts the reader to take action or deliver hot tips and tricks to your contacts. The sample templates are free with paid training available.
2) Attract and convert more customers – Help Scout
If you need a better way of attract new prospects through content then you will enjoy this robust tool. Help Scout allows you to create newsletters that attract interested buyers along with strategies that will enable you to better reach out to your potential customers. There are a suite of resources available including support modules and tips on how to craft a better business email.
3) Social customer support – Respond by Buffer
Solve pressing issues with your customers with this helpful tool. Respond by Buffer allows your business to respond via Twitter and Facebook to your community such as through mentions and direct messages. Bring it all together to one simple inbox. Respond in real-time and share communication with your team.
4) Add references correctly – Cite it In
Fact checking and references made simple. Cite it In is a tool that you can use to craft credible articles by finding the right references for your links. Use this resource when writing your next eBook or creating an .pdf document for your readers. It’s easy to use and will help save you the hassle of costly corrections.
Hopefully you will find these business writing tools useful for your content strategy. Are there any that you would like to add as well?
Have fun with these Monday Tips and Tools.
Wishing you a FAN-tastic week!