Nap futures are up.
When writing marketing copy, every line’s job is to get you to read the next line. To get you more invested in reading the piece.
So much so that in the end you want to take action.
A lot of attention is paid to headlines. But not sub heads. The second line is often more important than the first.
This story from the Atlantic is straight up mastery. Even though it’s not copywriting, it should be copied.
If you know anyone with a MacBook or iPad Pro… they need this USB-C Hub in their stocking. Just got mine and it’s fantastic.
Thank the makers for real time amazon delivery notifications. Need this bad boy as soon as it comes off the truck.
No way. I’m immediately calling on all brands who are advertising on Facebook to stop until this policy is lifted. End of story. I’ll start calling out a brand a day starting tomorrow who hasn’t.
This is why I have to get the iPhone pro. Because they removed the zoom lens from the base phone. I’m across the room and it is acceptable, but would be not possible without a 2x cam
It’s the little improvements you make every day that push you forward.
Never let today go undone.
If tomorrow never comes.
That’s why I got this goat.
Hey Google. We need “Verified” checkmarks for news sources that are legit. “The Washington Examiner” is not. But showing up in results and on Twitter, Jack. Luckily, we know what publishing tool they use and they can be held accountable, Huh? Waiting for Socialflow CEO response.
Although everyone knows the frisbee was invented at Camp Longhorn, there hasn’t been a Sal-O like this one. Aerobie is my favorite flying disc company. Customer Lifetime Value for me is 200+
Sadly, I believe that this is likely. Sad, but true.
“Trump is more likely to be reelected than anyone realizes” - Rolling Stone apple.news/A9VawSU1B…