I'm going to use mostly health and fitness examples to show you what I mean. Method #1: Do It Yourself I know I know. Writing too much about yourself usually results in poor writing. I think so too. But hear me out on this one. This tactic has been widely used by Photo Editing Services coaches and personal trainers in the form of “Huge Opportunity” ads. I'm not sure of the original source, but I first heard about it from editor James Hepburn. Depending on how you handle them, these ads can sometimes be a bit of Photo Editing Services overdone and hypey. But when written well, they're often very effective — assuming your audience hasn't already been exposed to them ad nauseam.
Here's the key: by describing you Photo Editing Services quest for people in your target market, you can call out that target market in detail without being intrusive. For example, instead of calling out your audience with, "Are you a busy mom in Denver who wants to lose weight?" …you Photo Editing Services would say something like this: “ATTN: Denver. I'm looking for 8 busy moms in Denver who want to slim down and tone up for the summer (and are willing to work to make it a reality). " Your copywriting for this type of ad should put a velvet rope around your offer. You are not trying to sell someone on your offer, you are presenting the possibility of participating in your program as a beneficial opportunity.
Every aspect of your ad and funnel must maintain Photo Editing Services that velvet rope or it loses credibility. To solidify the framing of this velvet rope, you would also describe the benefits of your offer as requirements. Here's an excerpt from an ad I wrote that demonstrates this: “You Photo Editing Services must be willing to put in the hard work required and you must want to accomplish at least 3 of the following…Feel stronger every day Reduces stiffness, aches and pains Move better with more ease and mobility.
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