“Thankfully, I didn’t land on troublesome. But to make certain that you have the accurate mindset in your writing career, I decided to share my quick read experience with you guys”.
So What Went Wrong?
“Write To Impress” and “Write To Express” they both are the different term and have different implications. I’ve seen that the majority of writer does focus on “express” factor, i.e. all about your perspective, ideas, feelings, and thoughts. But since I was the part of digital marketing (handling the SME’s project) the concept of write to express backfired in a more bizarre way.
I personally believe that it is my responsibility to serve my client in a best possible manner. So whenever a new project comes to me, I had to make a positive impression. A positive impression greatly helps in building the long-term relationship, credibility and they trust you for several other things.
Should You Not Write To Express?
(a) When you are writing for your own blog,
(b) When a client gives you the privilege to be expressive
(c) When you are writing for the social media platforms and
(d) When you are a part of the discussion.
These are the cases where you can write whatever you feel like and in these situations, your flair is most demanded.