Meet Ivy B. Grey, VP of Strategy and Biz Development for WordRake

During our Human.Social live video show, Ivy Grey will share what WordRake is, how it works, and how you can use it in 2021 to tighten, tone and clarify your writing.

We use WordRake at our law firm and Mitch is so impressed with the program that he agreed to become a brand ambassador for the company. Between now and show time, you can learn more about WordRake here  and also below:

More about WordRake

Every writer needs an editor. And sometimes, even editors need a hand. Jump-start the editing process with WordRake, the only in-line editor designed for professional writers.

In the long run, WordRake can help make you a better writer. It can help you un-learn bad habits that took years to acquire. But it also helps you in the short run, by cutting down the time you spend second-guessing yourself. You write with more confidence, knowing a sharp second draft is just a RAKE away.

Imagine if everyone who read your writing understood and embraced your message. That’s possible with WordRake. Communicate clearly with sophisticated clients, inquisitive readers, and the general public. No matter your audience, WordRake will help.

Features/Benefits

WordRake edits for clarity and brevity using the familiar track-changes style. It reviews your words in context. We know that not all words are bad or good all the time—WordRake’s patented algorithms reflect the complexity of language. This reduces false positives and improves WordRake’s effectiveness.

This includes:

    • Edits for plain language and reduces jargon
    • Cuts throat-clearing introductory phrases
    • Removes unnecessary descriptive words and modifiers
    • Corrects nominalizations and wordy adjective phrases
    • Removes redundancies and corrects usage errors
    • Catches high-level grammar and punctuation mistakes
    • Enlivens writing by replacing dull nouns and phrases with active verbs
    • Edits conversational language to be more professional

Join us this Thursday at 1 pm PST (4 pm ET), meet Ivy and learn more about WordRake. Ask questions and take advantage of a special discount I’ll be announcing during the show that Ivy has been kind enough to extend to our viewers. Visit the WordRake site by clicking here.

Watch the show on your favorite social media platform and get all links and watch past and upcoming Human.Social live video shows here.

My 3 Most Important Social Media Content Creation Tips for 2021

Related links:

Newsjacking (Chapter 26 in my book) and David’s book on newsjacking.

How to produce a live video show (watch on Youtube)

Example: My Amazon Flash Briefings at Mitch.Today

Thursday Afternoon Beach Run and Chat

Topics included the Airbnb $42B public offering value; entrepreneur Tony Hsieh and entertainer Chadwick Boseman passing away without estate plans and discussing my new virtual estate planning department; my Top Secret Partner consulting service for new lawyers; yesterday’s StreamYard with Ross Brand and sharing AgoraPulse and LatelyAI; and why I’m doubling down using the strategies shared in my LegalMinds mastermind, like promoting the Clio Cloud portal, and being massively proactive in 2021 with building my brand and cloud-based virtual business services. And just in case you’re interested, today’s running playlist include Justin Timberlake and Linkin Park

How I Create My Green Screen Video Backgrounds

This is How I Quickly Create and Add Green Screen Backgrounds to My Recorded and Live Videos

You never get a second chance to make a good first impression. Right now, many of our first impressions are made during a Zoom or other live and recorded video conversations, interviews and shows.

The above photo shows one of our 3 “work from home” makeshift offices. The screenshot below is how the green screen video looks while I’m sitting at this very desk. Big difference right? In this post, I share exactly how I do this.

Live Video Isn’t Going Anywhere. It’s Time for You to Raise the Bar

Many of you have asked how I create the green screen backgrounds that I use on Zoom, StreamYard, my recorded videos on YouTube, social media, and in my private BombBomb email videos. Well, I thought I’d take a couple of minutes and show you.

Continue reading “How I Create My Green Screen Video Backgrounds”

New Recommendation from Tyler Anderson, CEO of Casual Fridays

Thank you for the kind words my friend.

“Mitch Jackson is hands down one of my favorite people in the industry. I first met Mitch in 2014 when he attended my event Social Media Day San Diego. I knew Mitch from afar and had always respected his approach and expertise in the digital space. Since then, we’ve developed a solid friendship, and I consider him one of the most respected thought-leaders in our industry. So much so, Mitch is one of the people I turn to speak at my events on digital marketing, strategy, and of course, anything legal with digital marketing.” -Tyler Anderson

Tyler Anderson is the founder and chief strategy officer of Casual Fridays, a leading digital & social media marketing agency trusted by some of the biggest brands in the hospitality, tourism, non-profit, education, and entertainment industries.

More social media/digital recommendations here and LegalMinds mastermind member testimonials here. To see traditional client and lawyer recommendations here. Thanks!