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30+ Killer New Content Ideas in 30 Minutes (and How to Prioritize Them)

Every marketing team needs fresh content ideas. 

Maybe you’ve been producing content on the same subject for so long that your idea well has run dry. 

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Your brain

Writing copy that converts is a lot like boxing.

Your shots need to flow, and you need to be 3-4 steps ahead of your opponent. You have to predict their counters, slips and movement patterns before they even think of doing them.

Similarly, to craft high-converting copy, your sentences have to flow. And you have to anticipate your reader’s objections and be mindful of each word, sentence, and paragraph that enters their brain.

Regardless of the technique you use, according to Copyblogger, the goal is “strategically delivering words to get people to take action.”

Using NLP and neurolinguistic principles, we can boost the chances that your copy will resonate with your target audience and move them to action.

Here’s how.

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Headlines that Convert: 5 Key Characteristics

We see somewhere between 4,000 and 10,000 marketing message per day. To get conversions, you must first grab attention, and the headline is what everyone sees first.

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The Complete Guide to Writing Product Descriptions That Convert

Most product descriptions are awful. Or worse, non-existent.

Product copy and product descriptions seem like such minor parts of a website in the grand scheme of conversion optimization, so many brands brush it off. But for companies doing it right, writing excellent product descriptions is a great way to sprinkle brand personality in a place that most people don’t expect it.

In fact, some companies do product copy so well that it’s almost a feature of the product itself.

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After the Lead Magnet: How to Nurture B2B Leads

When a prospect downloads your lead magnet, their journey to paying customer has only just begun—it may never finish. 

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Website Headlines: 3 Formulas that Work for Homepages

Read any copywriting manual or article, and it’ll tell you that the headline is the most important part of your sales copy. That’s true.

Unfortunately, the advice that follows is often originates from snail-mail sales letters from the 1950s. I researched 500 headlines of successful online businesses and figured out which formulas work today. 

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Confirmation email

Confirmation emails are usually as delightful as your typical in-store receipt (read: not at all delightful).

Because these emails are triggered by the user’s actions, your customers are expecting something—which means they open, notice, and engage with confirmation emails more than they might with other email types.

This post will explain why confirmation emails come at a critical stage in the customer lifecycle, the three steps to make confirmation emails succeed are, and the limits of confirmation emails as a strategy.

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coffee shop conversation

Conversations with prospects or customers can improve practically every metric or user state model you’re aiming for.

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reading on phone

Third-party endorsement is powerful. As marketers, we know that customers are our best salespeople. Their reviews and testimonials build credibility and trust.

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Email Copywriting 101: Five Steps to Better Converting Emails

Email marketing is dead.” That’s what a digital marketer told me while trying to sell me his messenger bot software.

But email isn’t going anywhere. Customers who buy through email spend 138% more than those who don’t sign up for email offers. And email marketing has an ROI of 28.5% compared to 7% for direct mail.

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