Getting to the Point Quickly for B2B
Of course not all of these methods are going to be useful in every context. If you run a serious B2B organization offering specific services, then you might find that these strategies are a little too desperate and a little too spammy. Big organizations will prefer a much more moderate approach to sales and a far less familiar turn of phrase.
Remember: you need to match the tone and style of your text to the tone of style of your audience and niche.
The examples we addressed in the previous chapter are mainly aimed at selling directly to customers who are looking for a way to make more money, or to lose weight.
But if you’re a more traditional business then, how do you go about grabbing attention quickly and keeping people on your page?
The answer is simple: get straight to the point.
In fact, you can try using a structure that is popular among businesses for persuasive writing and sales. It’s called AIDA.
AIDA stands for:
In other words, you’re going to assume that your audience doesn’t know who you are or what you’re selling and thus your first objective is to explain that. Only then do you make them interested by explaining in more depth and then try to get them to want whatever it is you’re offering.
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The Power of the Copywriter
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