Does Your Marketing Connect With The Senses And Emotions Of Your Customer?
Hello everyone Granison Shines, CMO with Direct Business Marketing, talking with your today about the ten appeals of copywriting. I use this blog to help clients and small business owners reassess their marketing strategy and find ways to improve their overall strategy. Please take a minute to download the free marketing assessment tool from the Direct Business Marketing website to get started today on growing your business through smarter, more efficient marketing.
When talking about marketing and how we connect with people, whether past, present, or future, there are always ten ways to catch their eye. This is information that will be on the frontline of all your major marketing including how you structure the words used. This starts with the physical aspect of marketing, what I like to call the third dimension, and includes all five senses that we possess. You want to give a visual perspective, just like a graphic novelist would, that evokes the smell, taste, touch, sight, and hearing of your customer. For example, if you are running a restaurant you would want to demonstrate the smells or tastes of your food through your marketing. It is also important to connect with the fourth dimension of marketing that involves your mind, will, emotion, and intellect. These characteristics will speak to a customers decision making, their dreams and goals, and their emotional reaction. Making sure your marketing is including the third and fourth dimension will help connect with current and future customers in a way that has a lasting affect.
If you have questions about copywriting or your current marketing strategies please give me a call or e-mail me anytime. Also make sure to download our free marketing assessment tool to gain a fresh perspective on your marketing strategy. Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you in the future.
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