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4 Ways To Create Attention-Grabbing Headlines
by Tony Vidler        The headline does all the work of grabbing attention to begin with, and if you don’t grab attention then there is no chance of having a prospective client decide to engage with your marketing.   The logic is pretty simple really.  The buying journey for any consumer begins with someone getting […]
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8 Seconds to Get – or Lose – That Prospect
by Tony Vidler        You will gain or lose potential clients in just 8 seconds….well, actually it is a lot less than that.  The clock is ticking…and a lot faster than many realise.   In reality you have 3 seconds or less to get them to engage with you and your message, or they are probably […]
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22 Words and Phrases That Sell
by Tony Vidler        Knowing the secret to the words that sell a reader on engaging with your material is one of the most useful and powerful things you can discover.   Research together with countless advertisements and marketing campaigns over decades have provided those of us doing business today with an abundance of  knowledge – […]
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The Formula For Writing Winning Headlines
by Tony Vidler        Coming up with a winning headline or subject line is the first objective when writing for clients or prospects.  Anything else we have to say in the body of the message just doesn’t really matter if we can’t get their attention and engagement first.   Whether we are writing for a […]
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How to get your prospects attention…and keep it.
by Tony Vidler        Sad but true apparently:   The average Goldfish has a greater attention span than the average human reader.   That presents a bit of a challenge when it comes to us getting their attention, and then holding it long enough to make our point and get them interested in engaging with […]
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