Robert Bridge Media Marketing Communications: Linguistics the Techniques used for Thinking and Exercising to Improve Writing Stories
Exercising improves writing, public speaking and making nice power-point presentations. The words you can choose carefully and structure talks for a universal audience. Some of us do this by simply improving your knowledge of linguistics. People ask me 'Robert' how can I improve my marketing skills. Understand this I say marketing requires thinking around the large amount of techniques out there. Once you get your stories inline with your brand you can then take it to the bridge. The media is a choice and if your writing is a good fit for them it will be a good fit for you. Advertising is a big thing. Recently Kellogg's decided to pull the plugin on advertising on the Breitbart website. After doing some research they found the left wing type sites are the best people to target. They eat much more cereal and like the Kellogg Brand because it'd been around lurking since day one.
Media marketing communications requires ample amounts of vocabulary and a good understanding of the variables. Firstly choose your words very carefully. Find something new to say instead of saying stuff that has already been said. If the article has already been written and your quite good at explaining stuff there is still a chance that someone online has already stringed together the same sentences. You can check if anything you have wrote is already found online over on CopyScape. The simpler you make your article you increase the chance of a higher retention rate from new readers. If you are talking within a technical group or forum remember you may need technical jargon but still keep it simple don't overload your words with a bundle of unconnected information. If you speak in your voice consistently that is fine however most of us at least try to use correct vocabulary, pronunciations, citations and adjust our basic verbs. Your voice may be colloquial (local) online or in the city so you may have to dumb down your English slang.
If you are writing a book things can be very different the way you go about this and that, so you need to remember to change between the two. And yes it's true most writers use older books (classics) to inspire them. The classic books from the country you live in gives you a better understanding of what people in your area are comfortable reading and you can use this research-proven in your own way. When you find your favorite book keep it under your hat, or at least treasure it because this book will help you again and again. Once you have a consistent voice people warm more to you. There is a definitive unity of classical literature that unites/ ice breakers between student and teacher. Even though jargon changes, understanding more about the authors objectives when writing classics are available if you like and decide to look further into it.
In literature you learn multi-modal techniques of authors, then read. This understanding unlike a self help book is practical because you personally unraveled what's great about the authors style before you started reading. Though this is limited to a list of authors. Perhaps you already have your favorite author and want to outline the strategy for readers who want this sort of guidance. Writing it out with a list of options will increase your understanding of the outcome. If you are a public speaker then you will already know the same techniques everybody else use. Public speaking is often weighed down by NLP and sales pitches even Ted Talk speakers get caught up in the final five minutes. Spice it up with a bit of Charles Dickens or Tzvten Todorov. Yes its good having dot to dot templates, but being ready for questions and answers other than yes or no answers comes with practice.
When writing we all found a natural progression occurs. When I think about media I try my best to bridge the gap between respecting the hierarchy of stations, channels, faces etc: connecting sequentially in an appropriate sequence from top down to bottoms up. In a world of chaos having rules helps me discipline myself and not go on into tangents, this is where confusion comes in for me and if I am confused I do not want to impose this on other people. Thats why it is good to have someone to interact with. Our thinking with a little bit of persuasion has common ground. The classic hooks that people use, still work well and with good timing nothing can stop you. Only through good exercising of various things can we improve, the obvious being talking, the goal is to arrive at something written that does not put students to sleep (beyond Theta Waves). New teachers come along with fresh interpretations of the same annual prospectus. We should learn from this. The only documentation I have found of this is on YouTube. I like the way teachers can be themselves in the classroom environment because it gives a new perspective of the boundaries on what you can do and what you can't. Be careful though some videos are parodies and slip into female seductive teachers calling out students and eating cherries. It has been argued Language was dominated by women and that men should stick with engineering.
Teaching is like marketing because the techniques you choose that day will determine how retentive the audience might be.
Everybody love stories and wish we could tell stories as good as that advertisement or teacher. Next year we will have all learnt from this; by taking an interest in other teachers and competitors in the same market we will evolve. When I studied English Language and Media studies here in London it took about a year to wake up to these new things being introduced. I developed an under-standing of the good points, limitations of time when laser focusing on one topic and how energy can easily dissapear. 'My name is Robert' and this is how I consistently introduce myself in communications. I cannot imagine what this would sound like in chalk on a blackboard or colored pen on the white grease board. If I was active teaching I would, I would not want to make any loud, jarring sounds. The global village is joined and I am grateful to have learned a little about the art of linguistics. Like learning a new language I was reluctant at first but once the module was completed and I passed with what I had learned I felt more confident when I hear the word today. Then someone introduced the Global membrane which has put another bee in my bonnet, perhaps I write about that in a future post. The interesting thing is the birth of new perspectives came out not long after the first theories were published. This tells me group work is the most productive, you can learn a lot from groups by just keeping quiet, lurking.
Hanging on to the data from the results we get would help if only we knew where to seek it out. Most of the time this will come from other people and you do not know who these people are until the comments start coming in. 95% of people may not want to waste time in class or online with what you have to add simply because there is not enough time. Education time goes quickly and as you learn the speed and tempo increases. Before you know it your capacity to get more done in the day is there. Like a muscle you need to keep this up, it can be quite addictive and teaching is one way of keeping your foot in the water. Other ways maybe online forums or Facebook Groups. There is not enough texts about the outcomes of group discussions. The dictatorship of teaching helps progress with less errors, but discussions incite practical examples of what confuse students. In life marketers ask do you feel stuck. Its basically a similar thing. The sub conscious mind is 95% of multiple defects of character, both biological and of biblical proportions. Hang ups about certain taboos, memories of older punishments, how should I react in this country and that country. That's why when we go down a rabbit hole in writing and someone tells us this, we then have to argue between retrieving anything constructive to simply letting go and starting again.
If we are to improve we should not sit on our Laurels scratching our heads. We spend time reading on lots of paper and lighten the load time by turning to book readers like Kindle. Libraries are providing time on the Internet less distracting than being home alone. People at home studying think that less distractions increase the chance of learning theory. Theory has to be at some point practical to justify student learning, learning is about communications with a manner of people who understand and can share back on what it seems you might be thinking. When your at home yes you can share emails and talk face to face on Skype, Facebook Messenger and other types of media. Building a better bridge with people happens face to face consistently, at certain intervals throughout the days, weeks and years which opens the door to more practical techniques. Plus these types of memories forge new alliances lasting in most cases way beyond graduation day. Understand this and you may use and cherish those moments. Moments where communications mean something. You are exercising vocal muscles and bouncing of each others stories.
Later comes personal marketing, if our can convince other people in your writing that your up for a challenge, back it up with character testimonials then your well on your way to being understood. For example Robert spoke to such and such about the English language purely brush up on what he learned in the linguistics class, this leads on to working with this so and so in a recognised counter culture movement. The group went on to do good things. This is a much better selling point than just marks and helps allowing Q&A. The reading of such a document is limited, so if you know somebody to talk to and can see them as somebody else you will use a better selection of characters. The materials in front of you have already been shared, you might forget and your study buddy reminds you. The differentiation is a much more remarkable way of doing things. Also its easy when you are having a laugh and a joke about things, learning has to be fun to stay awake. The appropriate thing to do when there is more than a couple of you, is keep your jokes to yourself. Even if you write it down and pass it on there is a chance you could get in trouble. You can keep to comedy for public speaking, learning environment's are different. When exercising these things your popularity in the margins,will be how you bridge the gap between good geeky student, to popular with everybody, to making both teacher and ladies in the class well pleased.
Robert spent a lot of time thinking whilst watching media but no one knows what he was thinking. He expressed unusual and unique angles on the subject, unfortunately they said a lot of this was well off topic.
The ability to forge good group communications from one node to the next is an art as well as a craft, forged out of pummeling your ideas, showing off your techniques to people and getting them to read your writing before publishing. There are websites I recommend that help resize sentences and shorten paragraphs, constructing a valid original tapestry however is a whole different ball game. When marketing books and stories you use various linguistics that will haunt you till the release of your next book, so with that said please do your best on the day. The bridge between marketing your thinking starts with a strategic plan. Creation from yourself and instant reactive media from the forces of power that need impressing. The overlords do not care about your portfolio folder, they are more interested in practical results. The seeds are often planted by themselves, make them grow, nurture and they will be well pleased. A simple shift in the access of the globe gave Samsung better Klout in leveraging the spinning globe.