Keeping it short and sweet


Summary

Ho ho ho, Monkey fans! We’re serving wintery vibes in today’s vlog, where Matt and Chris are keeping things short and sweet.

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Transcript

Chris: Ooh, crikey. Hello!

Matt: Hi, I’m Matt.

Chris: I’m Chris, and it’s another Monkey Monday.

Matt: What are we talking about today, Chris?

Chris: We’re talking about keeping it short and sweet.

Matt: Yes, so very often when people look at their marketing, you can ramble on and ramble on and ramble on. But the best marketing is short marketing. We have a good example.

Chris: Yep. Steve Jobs, when he did any Keynote speech, he kept the slides down to a maximum of around 9 words. And if you look at your Keynote speeches, or Powerpoint presentations, how many words have you got on each slide?

Matt: Yeah, or even your poster, even your home page. Whatever it might be. How succinct is your marketing?

Chris: And that is a good point. So it’s easy to remember things that are very short. So…

Matt: We hope you remember this, as we’ve kept it very short. Let’s get outta here.

Chris: Bye!

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