Jul 30, 2022
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When we write a text, we also think about the medium, the target group, the goal and how we get people to click in the right place. It is therefore usually not possible to write something 'just' quickly. Good at writing good at language Of course you have to master Dutch when you write texts, but if you are good at writing, this does not mean that you never make spelling mistakes. I always pay attention to language errors, but this does not apply to everyone. Therefore, for the language purists among us, also a prejudice we have about ourselves prejudice writing communication professional Really, I too am always ashamed if I accidentally put a d/t wrong in a group app with family or friends, but I'm only human. Ah, so marketing Another one… many people think that marketing and communication are the same. Do you do communication? Then you do marketing. Not surprising in itself when you consider that it goes hand in hand and is often referred to in one word: marketing Fax Number List communication. There is, however, a difference between these 2 fields. communication and marketing So, for anyone who doesn't get it, marketing is (as I see it) promoting the sale of products or services. Communication is concerned with influencing the knowledge, attitude and behavior of the target group to involve them in your product/service. Now I can imagine that people use slightly different definitions because the two fields are always in flux. Will you make a website and a movie? It is often thought that communication professionals can do everything that falls under communication: writing texts, building a website, making a film, flyer/folder, photoshop, internal communication, devising campaigns and so on. In addition, as can be seen in the other examples, these tasks are seen as simple. It's all just pushed to you.