Digital Persuasion: Ignite Your Influence
When you type, text or tweet a message to an employee, customer or prospect – how persuasive are you?
When reaching out online to someone you don’t know – does your message influence others to give you a chance? Or ignore you?
Compelling communication in today’s digital marketplace is dependent on your ability to positively influence others to respond – without the power of face to face communication.
In person, you have 8-10 seconds before someone decides how they feel about you and the message you are delivering.
Online, you have just 2.5 seconds – or the length of a mobile notification preview.
Presenting a new idea, introducing a new initiative, or downloading a new direction begins with persuading your recipient – in just a few words – that what you have to say matters.
Erin shares the big mistake 90% of us make in our digital communications with our teams and customers. Her proven 3 step PUB method, used by clients ranging from The Academy Awards to the United States Navy, shows you exactly how to optimize your approach to elicit the responses and actions you’re looking for from your very next message.
- 1. How to improve your communication style to be more influential and dynamic
- 2. How to avoid the number one thing blocking you from being your most persuasive self from behind the screen
- 3. Erin’s proven, powerful 3-step optimization formula so you can create more compelling digital messaging
Erin King is a best-selling author, 3x entrepreneur and the CEO of the Socialite Agency. She’s helped clients ranging from The Academy Awards in Hollywood to The United States Navy at the Pentagon communicate more compellingly using her award-winning PUB method. She is the author of “Digital Persuasion” and “You’re Kind of a Big Deal” which both draw from her personal and professional experiences having founded three companies before the age of 40. Off-duty, you can find her either mountain biking with her husband Hartman, Facetiming with her huge, crazy Irish family, or being an annoyingly extra dog mom to a cavapoo named Betty White.