marketing and advertising slogan examples: lays
September 21st, 2021

First impressions matter—especially for businesses. That’s why you double-check your subject lines more than your email. It’s why you put so much thought into your search ads. And that’s why you need to make sure you have a catchy slogan that engages your audiences and introduces your brand.

In this post, I'm going to show you how to do that by sharing examples of enduring...

5cs—clear concise credible compelling CTA
July 6th, 2021

Let's get one thing straight: If it's not selling something, it's not copy.  Any word or phrase you put in front of your audience sells some form of information at some form of a price to your readers, whether that's their trust, time, effort, attention, clicks, or actual dollars.

This means that all of your copy—your home page, social posts, blogs,...

how to write emails like a human being—example email in first person
April 8th, 2021

Are you a robot? If not (cue 5-min CAPTCHA asking you to identify traffic cones in a wide variety of weather conditions), you probably don’t expect to be spoken to as if you are one in your inbox. And I can’t say I’ve ever been too enthused to receive emails that read like they were written by a robot, either.

Say what you will about C3PO, but at...

best words and phrases for marketing intro
January 13th, 2021

Every business owner is on the hunt for those silver bullet campaigns that will turn your organic website traffic, website pages, email newsletters, and other copy into dollar signs. Well, it doesn't actually work that way. There are some staples, like quality and trust—that have to be woven up through the center of all your content to build that marketing material bridge...

networking email subject lines and templates follow up email example
October 26th, 2020

Any aspiring professional or business owner knows the importance of networking, and while there’s no shortage of networking events and opportunities, whether virtual or in-person, the part where most individuals tend to fall short is the follow-up, which is almost entirely dependent on email (aside from LinkedIn).

In this post, I’m going to equip you with the tips and templates you...

marketing one-pager example
October 21st, 2020

If someone asked you what your business does, would you be able to describe it accurately in a concise, compelling manner?

Better yet: would your description inspire a potential customer to want to learn more about what you have to offer?

Even further, suppose multiple people wanted that description in writing—sales team members, potential customers, existing ...

April 16th, 2020

Copywriting is simply a type of writing used to get an audience to act, but as any copywriter knows, achieving that is not so simple. As there are a number of factors that influence whether a reader takes action, there exists a plethora of copywriting formulas to help you cover all your bases. So which one should you use?

Different formulas work for different goals, content types, and...

marketing copy example from Mailchimp
January 22nd, 2020

If you’ve ever googled something and immediately scrolled through anything with an “ad” tag without stopping, it probably means the copywriters need to up their game. Alternatively—and I do this constantly—if you’re walking down the street and see some posters and do a double-take? Bravo, copywriter.

The most recent stop-and-stare that made me do a double-...

copywriting freewrite Peter Elbow quote
October 15th, 2019

Starting with a blank page is never a good idea. For me, it’s the quickest way to realize I need to check my inbox one more time. Or finally organize the files on my desktop. Or run to grab a coffee so that I can focus. (I don’t think I need to tell you that these coffees don’t do much for focus.)

The bottom line is that, whether I’m writing an email or a blog post or a tagline, if I...

August 15th, 2019

This post was co-written by Holly Niemiec and Conor Bond.

You need to develop a lot of different skills if you want your online advertising campaigns to achieve their full potential. Even if you’ve created watertight keyword lists and razor-sharp lookalike audiences, something still stands between your prospects and your business: ad copy.