When Joan Didion worked for Vogue back in the 1960s, she advised using strong verbs, especially in your writing. I’d like to add that you should use strong verbs whenever the opportunity presents itself. As someone who has seen certain words brought up, again and again, it only made sense to me to put them in writing as well. The marketing industry is changing quickly, so whenever you are given a chance for a paid partnership, take a look at some fresh faces as they are good examples of teaming up with a brand and being its resource for attracting new consumers!
- Noelle Robinson
2. Sarah Hashcroft:
3. Denzel Washington: Love
4. Reginae Carter
5. Emmanuel Fourtès
It might seem simple at first but when the camera is rolling, you might end up stuck. It’s all about enthusiasm and confidence. To top it off, it’s just as important to use solid, yet simpler verbs that convince your audience that you are a fan of a particular product. The list is short but insightful. Remember: it’s not what you say, it’s how you say it!
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