After writing numerous sales pages, special reports, books, etc. I decided last year that I would up the game and took a copywriting course.
Hands down one of the best business investments I’ve made.
The course reinforced what I always believed, and that was; words and phrases are crucial to making more money in your business.
Use the right words, and you can make more money doing what you love and in the process help other people.
It’s interesting to note that there are certain words and phrases that people respond to. You do as well.
The infographic below will help you to see what some of those words and phrases are.
Take a look.
Words and Phrases
If you already have sales pages why not go back and see if you are using any of these words and phrases. If not how can you add them in?
Marketing your business is about educating yourself on using some key strategies.
For example look at the question that’s asked in the infographic.
The question was phrased three different ways.
“Excuse me; I have five pages. May I use the Exerox machine?” 70% said yes.
“Excuse me. I have five pages. May I use the Xerox machine because I have to make some copies?” 93%
“Excuse me. I have five pages. May I use the Xerox machine because I’m in a rush?” 94%
The question is the same one only phrased differently.
It shows you the power of using the words and phrases.
What are the most persuasive selling words?
According to Marketing magazine they are:
You, discover, easy, proven, save, money, guarantee, health, happiness, love results.
Write these words down and once again go back to your copy and see how you can add these words in.
These words would also be beneficial if you are doing any Facebook advertising.
You want a compelling sales page, ad copy, etc.
Using these words and phrases along with the others in the infographic can help you be more successful and in turn make more money.
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