17 Mar Your message is loud and clear. Not.
Messaging provides the words that help customers and prospects understand what you are offering. It articulates your promise and stimulates desire for your services. Messaging creates interest, draws customers and sells products.
- Does your core message offer anything different from your competitors?
- Is your messaging short, simple and clear?
- Does your message resonate with your target audience?
- Does your message say anything interesting and different?
This is the end of your public service messaging announcement. *A guest tip from speakers bureau WCD Enterprises and Wilene Dunn.
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