This video training series from Copy Hackers gets straight to the point and answers the biggest question on marketing writers’ minds: How do you use copy to drive conversions? Copy Hackers founder Joanna Wiebe breaks down concepts like features vs. benefits on your website, using Adwords to reach customers via search, and the differences between homepage and landing page copy. Other copywriting gurus including Lianna Patch, Sam Woods, and Amy Hebdon also share their advice on how to create a great copy.
There is no set length for a market research report. However, your research should be in depth, covering every conceivable aspect of your target audience and the market for products of your type. For example, your report should include such items as a definition of the market size, competitors and their market size, as well as estimates of market share.
In mid 2016, an Indian tea company (TE-A-ME) has delivered 6,000 tea bags[29] to Donald Trump and launched a video content on YouTube and Facebook. The video campaign received various awards including most creative PR stunt[30] in Southeast Asia after receiving 52000+ video shares, 3.1M video view in first 72-hour and hundreds of publication mentions (including Mashable, Quartz,[31] Indian Express,[32] Buzzfeed[33]) across 80+ countries.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, if you are a technical business, you should have common technical language and jargon that’s used within your industry to create credibility. If you’re a personal injury firm, you should use language that’s sensitive to car accident victims or families of victims that may have just experienced a traumatic situation.
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In addition to using verbs, it’s important to be very clear in your calls-to-action (CTAs) about what it is that you want them to do. Just writing the word “Submit” won’t necessarily entice someone to take action, especially if they’re scanning the page and don’t know the context of the ask. So you’ve gotta use two or more words to be clear about what you want them to do.

The team at MarketSmiths assisted us on a complex project and helped us translate our vision and words into the voice that truly represented our company and mission. We had a short runway and were very impressed with their willingness to jump in so quickly. Responsive, attentive, and clever, MarketSmiths never missed an opportunity to elevate our message. MarketSmiths was a valuable partner in the process—and we look forward to working with the team again!
Evaluate how well you are reaching your intended audience. Typically, the objective of your market research is to assess how well you are convincing people in your target audience to buy your product. You need to be making sure that you're reaching an audience that will actually be purchasing your product. If you're not doing so, explain why you think this is the case and offer suggestions for different courses of action.
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Quite simply, using the word “you” makes people’s ears perk up a little. As a species, humans are wired to think about what’s in our best interest when making decisions—so naturally, we gravitate toward content that speaks directly to us. It makes us feel special, included and connected because the writing is more personal, conversational and relatable.

“Have you ever sat down with a book that was written so beautifully that you got lost somewhere within its pages for hours?” That’s the kind of experience Eduonix Learning Solutions wants to help you create your marketing copy. They accomplish this through a four-hour video series that covers the secrets of master copywriters, writing with clarity and simplicity, and knowing your goal so you can craft engaging calls to action.
In this course, Unbounce co-founder Oli Gardner uses videos, articles, and real-life examples to offer step-by-step instructions on creating high-converting landing pages. Broken down into 11 parts, the classes cover optimization and testing, post-conversion marketing, the psychology of conversion, and crafting effective calls to action. Gardner also teams up with copywriting experts like Moz founder Rand Fishkin and Copyblogger founder Brian Clark to help you reach your copywriting goals.
When businesses pursue content marketing, the main focus should be the needs of the prospect or customer. Once a business has identified the customer's need, information can be presented in a variety of formats, including news, video, white papers, e-books, infographics, email newsletters, case studies, podcasts, how-to guides, question and answer articles, photos, blogs, etc.[5] Most of these formats belong to the digital channel.
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