Challenges are inevitable when working with clients. In this Shadow Making episode of Sked Social’s SMM Chat tips from social media managers on overcoming challenges, we sit down with Nell Casey, founder of copywriting and content marketing firm Fete Creative. Shadow Making Nell shares the tools and strategies she uses when working with her. my strength lies in strategy. But that means brands have to work harder to stand out, so my agency focuses on working with clients to I sat down with them to learn about their business. They are experts on the product and know its Shadow Making benefits and features. I have a strategic idea to determine.
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If there’s a task that’s daunting, like taking a few hours, I just sit down and do it. Usually, it doesn’t take longer than expected! I also love walking and getting some fresh air, Shadow Making which is a great way to give myself some space to do my work. Trello is the Shadow Making number one. I’ve been using it for years and every one of my clients uses it too. I have a board for every project, even for personal projects! I have the mindset that if it wasn’t on Trello, it wouldn’t exist. This is a great tool for breaking down tasks and collaborating with clients as they can track the Shadow Making progress of tasks and add notes! I found this to be a more efficient way to communicate rather than email back and forth.
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Having a voice-guided tone can save you a lot of trouble, especially Shadow Making when submitting content for approval. Before working with a client, this was one of my “non-transferable” products, which meant we were both on the same page. This is an independent Shadow Making document that they know about and have a hand in creating. Plus it makes my life easier, for example, if I’m looking at a piece of content and have a second guess at what I’ve written, I’ll refer to Shadow Making the tone of the audio guide and make sure it ticks all the boxes.