How to Avoid Information Overload

UDIMI, helps you get in touch with a whole new audience, place your offer in front of potential buyers with relevent interest, but let us think for a moment about what you are actually offer them.

In times gone by advertising and marketing was very simple you could take out an ad in the local newspaper with a simple message. Like, BJ fruit and Vegatable mart, located at 130 main street.These days it is not so simple to turn prospective customers into buyers

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We were told we need to inform the customer, educate the customer, and excite the customer.that is ok if you have the space to add pages of content to cover every angle but your customer can become confused, distracted and put off completely,(what we called information overload) and before you know it you lost a Sale.

Less is more in advertising keep it short and to the point but for many sellers it can be challenging to know what exactly to put into their ad copy. Do you push the features or the benefits? Do you mention the cost or you focus on the savings.

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Of course all these questions can be answerd by split/testing, work with different versions of your ad and in time it will give you an idea of which ad copy works well.

Luckily for you and me in these times there is a low risk solution available at UDIMI there is a team of writers and designers who have created thousands of high converting ads, for all sort of products and services, a professional team that knows what works. This high demand in house ad creation service ensure that your ad copy converts into Sales. Go take a look and view their rating and pricing. CLICKHERE to learn more.

1 thought on “How to Avoid Information Overload

  1. Emelia Danford

    Hi

    Let’s face it…

    Sending out emails is fun – as long as you keep getting responses… (But before I get into the details of how you can get more replies, let me tell you a little secret)

    You might have heard about Abraham Lincoln’s sharpening an axe before chopping a tree quote? If not, here it is…

    He said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”

    Now, how does it apply to you and the way you reach out to people?

    Well, no matter how good you think your email is – no one will open it if its subject line is not enticing enough…

    It won’t matter if your email brings a lot of value – if the recipient doesn’t open it in the first place…

    This is where the whole ‘sharpening the axe’ theory steps in…

    So, if you’re sending out multiple emails in a day and not getting any responses, there’s a chance that your emails are not being opened…

    Coming back to how you can get more replies…

    Over these years, I’ve tried and tested multiple subject lines and identified what makes people tick…

    To help you out and send the elevator back, I’ve put all of them together in a done for you, fill in the blank free resource so that you can use them whenever you want…

    Follow this link to get access to this free resource and sharpen the axe to get responses like never before!

    https://usualprospect.com/emails

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