This was a great and easy advice-interview on how to write, from a corporate blog of all places. The advice comes from Scott Dikkers, The Onion’s longest serving editor in chief. If you don’t know The Onion, please read this piece of genius.
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Sunday June 07, 2020
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Below are some verbatim nuggets of gold:
Romania. Car market crumbled 50.3% in April
Monday May 25, 2020
Romanian car market reported another huge drop in April, due to the national lockdown introduced on March 24, in order to slow down the spread of Covid-19. Indeed, registrations collapsed 50.3% with 4.317 units sold, leading Year to Date figures to 32.290 (-27.5%).Romanian vehicles market was among the worst in Europe during the 2009 crisis, declining […]
1. Concept is king
“Your concept — and I would equate that with your headline or title — is the flag you’re raising, it’s the shingle on your door. And if it’s not a good concept or the right concept, then you’re sunk before you’ve even written a word.”
2. The key to quality is quantity
Croatia 2020. Renault & Kia stood out in June while the market free-fell 49.6%
Monday July 20, 2020
Croatian Auto market in June 2020 reported one of the worst trends in Europe, due to its large dependence to tourism, which has been negatively impacted by a Covid-19 second wave. Indeed, 4.150 sales were registered in June (-49.6%), ending the First Half at 17.349 (-44.5%). Kia and Renault surged respectively 63.1% and 36%.Market Trend […]
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“This is how professionals work,” said Dikkers, “because they understand that most of what they write is dreck.”
4. Ruffle some feathers
“Thing is, Horatian satire isn’t really remembered because it’s toothless,” said Dikkers. “It might get a lot of laughs today but it’s not going to live in our cultural memory. Only satire that angers or offends people will be remembered.”
10. Know your joke and make sure the reader knows your joke
“Readers want to know they’re in the hands of a master who is going to manipulate them,” he said, “the way Spielberg does in his movies. He takes you on a ride, through the highs and lows.
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