One of the most difficult aspects of Internet marketing is the constant flow of new articles that really should be written on a regular basis. It’s not so easy to come up with the kind of creative writing that is needed in Internet marketing. But if you find the right person to help you, it can make all the difference in the world. Well, at least in your pocket book!
So, a few weeks ago a new client signed up with me for Internet marketing services. This new client sells name tags and name badges. Not very exciting, true but still a popular product.Anyway, he wanted to have some articles created for the purpose of marketing on the Internet. A friend of mine had been working with a new copywriter, Taylor DiMeglio from TheWordTaylor.com
. My friend loved her work so I thought I would give her a try.
I gave Taylor the phone number for my name tag client and she took care of the rest. And boy did she ever!Below is her work.Nano Name Tag Saves Law-Mart (Again)
Our hero, Nano Name Tag, that underdog of underdogs, was spotted once again going into Law-Mart. What his mission was, we couldn’t be sure, but you can bet Niddlybot News was determined to find out.
First spotted in the candy aisle, Nano Name Tag for once looked idle, maybe even depressed. He was staring at a Snickers® bar twice his size. Poor Nano. He can’t eat without a mouth. After all, he is just a name tag.
But, not just any name tag. Nano reminded us of that moments later when he straightened up in high alert. A situation was brewing, and he was on the case.
A red-haired lady looked around anxiously, two sets of bedsheets in her hand. Obviously, she needed help, twisting her head about as she was, looking for a Law-Mart employee. And, there was Ed, right in front of her-—without his employee name tag.
An indignant Nano Name Tag launched himself into the air, sweeping upward in a full arc, his pin landing squarely on the top of a passing shopping cart. For a moment, he looked proud. They were headed right for Ed and the red-haired lady. Nano struggled to pull his pin out of the cart in preparation for his jump.
It wouldn’t be easy. Nano Name Tag would have to jump backwards across a space of three feet to land on the right spot of Ed’s shirt. Now we were anxious, wondering if he’d make it.
Ready, set…there he went! Propelling himself off the cart with furious, gasping effort, Nano flew through the air. Oh, no! Ed was starting to move away, at just that critical second. Would Nano impale the shower curtains?!
But, no, he made it, and just in time, too. The red haired lady looked perturbed. Was there no one in this store to help her? And, then she spotted Nano Name Tag on Ed’s shirt. “Hi, My name is Ed” it proclaimed.
Was that there this whole time? she seemed to wonder. Never mind. She was relieved, and Nano Name Tag stayed still, acting the perfectly ordinary employee name tag. That Nano.
For his part, Ed jerked at the sharp but momentary poke of Nano Name Tag’s pin. But clearly, it reminded him—-customers were more important than the shower curtain rings he held in his hand. He put them down.
“May I help you?” he asked.
It all went smoothly from there. Amid the smiles and conversation, Nano Name Tag held quiet. He didn’t want to intrude. When the red haired lady walked away with the right bedsheets, Ed looked down at Nano.
“Where did you come from, Nano?! I can’t believe I forgot my employee name tag again. Thank goodness you spotted me before Mr. Dinkins did.”
“It’s no trouble,” a blushing Nano Name Tag spelled out.
“Thank you, Nano Name Tag. Thank you!”
A little reluctantly, Ed pulled Nano Name Tag off his shirt, set him on the floor, and replaced him with his own employee name tag. (He’d had it in his back pocket this whole time.)
Nano jostled himself forward as best he could without any arms or legs. A few feet away, he howled suddenly, rubbing his backside against a stack of towels.
Ed ran over, “What is it Nano? Are you okay?!”
“It’s nothing,” said Nano. “Just poked myself with my pin is all. All in a day’s—”
But, Ed had already moved on. He’d spotted another customer needing help a few aisles over.
“All in a day’s work,” said Nano.
Nano Name Tag, you’ve done it again.