Who Cares About What I Have to Say?
Nobody cares about what you have to say. It sounds harsh, but it’s the truth. Existing and potential clients want to read about something that relates to them — their problems, their interests or their concerns — and how your business or organization can benefit them. If you provide relevant, helpful and interesting content that applies to your audience, people will not only read your content, but will also learn from it. Offering solutions and answers is a lot more likely to help your business pick up customers than simply telling people about your services, so forget the standard pitch and educate your potential clients instead.
Sarah Griffith is Executive Editor of BubbleLife.com, an Advice Interactive Group product. She’s worked with BubbleLife since 2011, transitioning to Advice during BubbleLife’s acquisition in 2017.
Sarah has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism-Public Relations from Baylor University and has a passion for all things related to content. She has formerly served in multiple roles at BubbleLife, including Digital Marketing Consultant, Account Executive, Business Editor, and Neighborhood Editor, helping expand the company from eight community websites in Dallas-Fort Worth to more than 250 nationwide.
When out of the office, Sarah can typically be found listening to live music and engaging in a never-ending hunt for the best queso in Dallas.