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You may (or may not) have noticed that I have been a little MIA lately on the internet. My blog hasn't been updated as often as I'd like and my social media posts have been slim. It's not that I've been lazy or slacking. I promise you, I have been up to so much good!
As an internal communications person, I struggle daily with getting my employees engaged and interested in our communications. You would think this is an easy win, right? They're our employees, of course they're interested in us. I wish it was that easy!
"It's our job as communicators to make what is important, interesting." This is a great quote from Jim Ylisela, President of Ragan Consulting, on what our job as communicators really entails. Yes there are events and newsworthy things for us to report on but it is our job to make them interesting, and of value, to our audiences. Sounds easy, right? Maybe not? Here are four tips to use to ensure your content is telling impactful and engaging stories:
This morning started the pre-conference workshops at Ragan Communications' Social Media Conference for PR, Marketing and Corporate Communications hosted at Disney World. Mark Ragan, CEO, kicked off the morning session by asking attendees what keeps them up at night.The answers were interesting: