I GOT SICK OF IT. SO I WROTE ABOUT IT.
Ask the next 10 people you come in contact with this burning question: “What does ‘coming soon’ mean to you?” I promise you and guarantee that you will get different answers from all of them. I’m not surprised at all. When it comes to marketing our next project or event, I believe that we use the phrase out of habit or because we see others do it. “It’s just the way it’s done.” They use it in the movie theaters. Promoters use it all the time to announce things. So in our minds, we think it's ok.
Well, it is my assignment today to convince you otherwise. Now, I know that this is going to be an uphill battle for some of you. But let me plead my case as to why you should really take the phrase “coming soon” out of your vocabulary, your marketing materials, your posts and your captions. After you hear me out, make your decision. Fair enough?
This won't be a long drawn out read (at all). I promise! I'm going straight to the point in a fun (sometimes petty) way. You'll find some of my marketing tips embedded in this short manual as well. I hope this perspective helps you...
and that you STOP SAYING THOSE PROFANE WORDS.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rebekah Gordon is the founder, CEO and lead strategist of a COPYWRITTIN CONSULTING SERVICES, LLC., a company that builds and supports artists, entrepreneurs, and visionaries in the areas of brand management, strategic marketing, business development and event management. She is also pursuing her law degree and after she passes the bar, she will offer legal services to the company.
She has worked with clients in many fields. She enjoys being creative with solutions to their requests or challenges. And she isn’t afraid of a low budget either. "I think the best consultants know how to use the cards they’re given and yield great results." She truly enjoys what she does, and she loves educating her clients and other audiences along the way.