Four Keys to Writing Good Marketing Copy

How do you write good marketing copy?

In a nutshell:

  •  Think about your audience. Who are they? What do you know about them? Use that information to craft a personalized message.
  • Talk like a real person, and write like you speak. Shorter and simpler is better than longer and more complex. Don’t be excessively formal, don’t use jargon, and don’t use undefined acronyms.
  • Focus on benefits not features. Present your offer from your audience’s perspective, not the association’s.
  • What’s your call to action? If the answer is, “I don’t have one,” don’t send the message.



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