25 Power Words to Use in Your Sales and Marketing Copy
Happy Wednesday! I am soooo glad that this week is almost coming to a close. It has been a pretty busy one.
As I am sure you are aware, businesses revolve around selling a product or service. When it comes to writing your sales letters and marketing materials the words that you use can help turn cold prospects to hot leads or even compel someone to buy your products and services.
What are Power Words?
Power words are described as terms that you can use in your sales material that basically get people to take action – in form or another.
For today’s blog post, I have scoured the web and have compiled a list 25 Power Words that you can use in your small business sales and marketing copy:
- Turn Key
I hope that these words can get you on your way to drafting up an awesome sales letter or marketing materials to start bringing in more profits for your business. Make it a GREAT Day everyone!
Must-Read Books on Sales and Marketing
As an entrepreneur, it is important to invest in yourself. I am rounding up a list of excellent sales and marketing books that will help you should consider adding to your library.
1. [easyazon_link identifier=”1591846668″ locale=”US” tag=”smalbusisen0f-20″]Youtility: Why Smart Marketing Is about Help Not Hype[/easyazon_link]
In this book, Jay covers tips on how to make yourself a “Youtility” to your customers by building up a reputation with your community and potential customers by constantly providing information, tips and etc of value.
2. [easyazon_link identifier=”039472903X” locale=”US” tag=”smalbusisen0f-20″]Ogilvy on Advertising[/easyazon_link]
David Ogivly is one of the BEST sales and copywriting experts of his time and has written sales copy for Schwepps and Rolls Royce to name a few. This is one book that you should definitely pick up.
3. [easyazon_link identifier=”0684856360″ locale=”US” tag=”smalbusisen0f-20″]Permission Marketing: Turning Strangers into Friends and Friends into Customers[/easyazon_link]
In his uber popular book, Seth Godin discusses how marketing has changed and that people are now “picking and choosing” what they want to hear and essentially dismissing the rest.
If you want to make sure that people are taking notice to your messages, be sure to grab a copy of this book.