Copywriting Guide Template That Sell

Copywriting guide template helps you to create persuasive copywriting easily.  for As a small business marketer, sometimes we need to create a persuasive message to sell products. But what if we have no money to hire an advertising agency and we have no time to learn advertising science? What can we do? We can create advertising by using the template. We are not copy advertising template but tweaked so it is suited for your product and audience.  Define benefit that suitable to segment customer. Then, the template can help you to create persuasive message easily and quickly.

How can [your audience] better with [your product]

This template talks about your targeted audience. That is a very narrow market. It reduces the cost of marketing. In social media marketing, it is possible to target to a specific audience. In mass media advertising, that is not so specific similar to social media advertising.

You can add your audience, maybe: dog lover, cat lover, accountant, bird lover, teenager, a teenager that fall in love, et cetera.

The template talks about better. Persuasive word offers better situation that products promise if customer segment using products.

You can tweak the template to suit your products and target segment.

The first example, how can dog lover live easier by your products?

Second, How accountant get more time for family with this software?

Third, How business owner expand their profitability by this software?

Fourth, how blogger get more money by this writing methods?

Sixth, How fisher get more fish by this fishing bait?

Seventh, How teacher work easier by with this book?

Eighth, how children more creative with this toys?

The template hide assumption that products already make customer better. Nobody has an objection to the statement, so the problem is how the products make customer better.  If you have critical thinking, you ask, is it correct that your products make customer better? That is criticizing. That is not my job, I already show you copywriting guide template that sells.

 

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