How not to be heard – Saying the same exact thing as everyone else.

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How not to be heard – Saying the same exact thing as everyone else. The podcast blog supplement for Episode 50 of Wait What Really OK Podcast Episode 50, The once I get in front of someone scenario and generating a real lead.
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How not to be heard – Singing a harmony of monotony

There are so many musicians, artists, businesses and anything and anyone else trying to be seen online. There are some great ways to be seen just as there

are that many more ways on how not to be heard.

It’s key to remember that while it might feel new to you, often times and more often than not, your pitch or sell has been heard way too many times before. That good intention sell is exactly how not to be heard and the reason why many aren’t responding.

Think of it like thousands of voices in unison that just end up draining out each individual voice and keep people from hearing what you are saying.

More ways on how not to be heard

When you use the keywords like unique, different, new, never been done before, you are in unison with so many others saying the exact same thing and often playing the exact same sound.

So what do you do?

Think about a couple things before you put up and push out content.

Regardless of a video, a picture, a blog, a video or whatever.

1st – How can you put a different spin on that content?

2nd – What can you do to stand out instead of saying, sharing or showcasing the same old thing?

3rd – How can that content maintain the interest of your existing fan base as you work to grow new fans?

When you address these three elements before you create, write or post content, you will have that much better of a chance of being seen, being heard and finding the conversion to fans and followers.

It comes down to singing a different song

Let your melody, your message, and your branding stand out. Share ideas that will bring people to you and your business.

While your product might be original, if you are saying and sharing the same thing that everyone else is, people will never get to your product or your business for conversions and sales.

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Loren Weisman is a brand messaging strategist with a focus on the authenticity, authority, optics, psychology and perceptions of a brand, persona or product for The Fish Stewarding Group. FSG is stewarding strategic solutions by educating, developing and transitioning businesses through strategic guidance and process architecture.