Written By Lloyd Thurston Dinwiddie
Today’s social media tip extends to the writers of remarkable content in todays digital space. After having a prestigious blog career over the course of a decade in the entertainment world, that elevated my talent into the Social Media consulting and Content creating realm, I understand all too well the importance of creating creative dynamic copy that entices and engages the audience along their consumer journey.
But in today’s time there is no denying peoples attention spans have depleted to what I can only compare to fumes in gas tank. And today I came across an interesting article that reinforces that belief:
Dr Lee Hadlington of De Montford University Leicester asked 210 people aged 18-65 to rate their behaviour in areas linked to perception, memory and motor function.
He found the more times a person used the internet or a mobile phone…
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