How to write perfect sentences for Facebook (Twitter, Linkedin, websites, headlines, brochures, etc.)
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  • How to write perfect sentencesfor Facebook ( Twitter, Linkedin,websites, headlines & brochures )CLIENTS: Ed Hardy, Jack n Jones & Louis PhillipeCOPY: Salik Shah, August 2012 (Revised: March 2013)
  • SALIK SHAH / twitter@salikCONTENT ARCHITECT & CONSULTANTClients: Red Bull, Sony Music, Yamaha, Tata, NationalGeographic Channel, Hallmark, Titan, Ed Hardy, Jack nJones, Louis Philippe, Leeds Metropolitan University,Makemytrip, The Backpacker Co, The Wanderers, etc
  • 1. Know your brand and its objectives. View slide
  • 2. Choose the right tone andpersonality for your brand. View slide
  • Question: What is the right contentwhich reflects your personality type?
  • 3. Choose the right timing: Reachmaximum people with each post.
  • 4. Know your audience.Accept them as they are.
  • 5. People come first, brands second.
  • 6. Less is more: Keep it simple.
  • 7. Limit post frequency. People kill brands which are too loud on their timelines.
  • 8. Let people participate.Let them build your brand.
  • 9. If you don’t advertise,people will do it for you!
  • 10. Don’t tell. Let people discover.
  • 11. It takes a lot of creativity to let people be creative.
  • 12. When you let people be creative, they take interest in your brand.
  • 13. If you can push the limits, you should.
  • 14. Be witty.
  • 15. Never overdo wit.
  • THANK YOUJoin me on twitter @salikor linkedin.com/in/salikshah