DIY tutorials and videos
Each day, millions of people read or watch hometalk content to see brilliant, creative, relatable (and affordable) solutions for any area or problem in the home.
Our tone of voice
Because so much of our content is written by community members, it is not uniform in style. However, there is a distinct tone of voice in the content that we highlight or feature, in the content that we create ourselves, and in marketing materials that we write. This tone is:
Empowering - we believe you can do it!
Positive - we uplift and encourage one another
Personable - we are friendly and fun to be around
Supportive - we understand and empathize with others' needs
Confident - we believe in ourselves and in our capabilities
We embody the voice of the everyday person. We are non-celebrity in our presentation, and inclusive in our approach, because we believe that every person has the creative potential to improve their home and their life.
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Email, social media, and on-site browsing are the ways through which hometalkers discover and consume content.
DIY projects featured in emails are usually presented with a "curiosity factor" to pique interest in the project.
Video and tutorial content shared on social media has its own style guide