ASM20: WEBSITE TOPICS / WRITING

ASM20: WEBSITE TOPICS / WRITING

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Numbers or information that's needed to convince someone of something.

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Scanner

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A device that monitors communications channels.

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Story Pack

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A number of ideas that can be combined into a bigger One Idea that can be used for an article.

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Loyalty

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The feeling of enduring commitment towards something.

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Spin

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An attempt to put a specific, certain perspective on a story.

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Practical Need

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Something required to make an informed decision.

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Application

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Action that's required in order to make a decision or to get something done.

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Emotion

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Things that are geared towards a person's feelings.

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Negative Space

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Space around content that provides visual relief for the viewer.

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Counter Productive

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Something that draws you away from commitments.

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Word Count

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A guide to your copy length.

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Productive Journal

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Notebook into which creative ideas are noted.

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White Space

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An area that contains no content by design. Gives the reader some "breathing room."

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Delighted

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Customers happy with the product who develop a loyalty.

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Surfing

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Moving over information quickly.

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Passive

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Sitting back and letting things come to you.

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Brainstorming

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A freestyle process that generates ideas.

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Headline

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A title for a story that summarizes the content.

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Customer Centricity

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The idea that the target audience is central to everything your company does.

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Productivity App

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Software that helps you get the job done

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Capacity

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Your overall ability or potential to be productive.

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Stopping Time

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Doing something a customer will remember for a long time.

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Organize

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Categorizing content according to similar characteristics.

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Noise

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Clutter. Stories getting lost because there is a saturation of content regarding a topic.

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Angle

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A unique perspective on a story.

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Copy

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Writing or text that appears in a post.

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Paper Exercise

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Mapping out how a particular topic will unfold.

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Map

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A paper plan. It allows you to see all of the componentys of a project in a single glance

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Intelligence

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Information

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Target Audience

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The demographic you're trying to appeal to.

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Compensation

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What you positively get for what you positively do.

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Productivity

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Getting things accomplished.

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Demographic

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A group of people that has a particular set of qualities

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Active

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Going out and making things happen.

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Networks

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Connections with other people or organizations.

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Ambassadors

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People who represent your best interests or the best interests of your product.

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Engagement

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Getting involved with the material. A care factor greater than zero.

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Emotional Need

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An attempt to satisfy the basic human need for 'feel good" stories,

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