You've just created the most ingenious product that the world has ever seen. It simultaneously makes you lose weight, look younger, have the energy of a two-year-old, all while converting your trash into $100 bills. You've created a sales page for your product, with a picture of the product and the words, "A great tool for everyone." But, the response...well, the silence is deafening. You scratch your head in wonder.
What's missing on your sales page is, well, a lot actually. Writing sales copy is both an art and a science. Before you put your pen to paper or start tapping on the keyboard, you need to have a solid understanding regarding these three things:
Truly understanding these three things will make the rest of your job much simpler and help you as you navigate your way through the sales progression.
The Sales Progression
Every piece of sales copy worth its salt, regardless of the medium, has three phases:
Within each of these phases, you want to maximize the impact of your words because people lose interest fast. We've gathered some tried and true formulas for making your words count. Let's take a look.
Because shooting your prospects with a squirt gun isn't always an option for getting their attention, try one of these:
Descriptions & Benefits
Here is where you make your prospects really fall in love with your product by telling them how amazing their lives will be if they buy it.
This phase is essentially where you want to include a call to action - tell your prospects exactly what you want them to do. More often than not, they'll do it.
The key to moving your products off the shelves is using your understanding of your product and your customers to choose impactful words that will grab their interest and make them fall in love with your product.