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It sounds quite limiting to say, but first impressions matter. Sure, you can always reimpose a new impression after the fact if given a chance, but you’re not always given that chance to do so. While you may not like someone at first, repeated exposure to them may help you realize you judged too hastily.
But it’s true that the first impression a house gives can secure an impression of its overall valuation, a first date will be unlikely to make it to the second if a first impression isn’t secured at least half-positively, and of course, potential customers seeming unimpressed by a brand can totally limit it’s potential moving forward.
As you can see, then, securing that essential first impression is not necessarily just a good marketing move, but an essential business strategy. But how can you achieve this? Well, this process means much more than just being flashy with your marketing material. In this post, we’ll discuss how to substantiate such a need, and how your business can benefit as a result:
Many people think that copywriting is an easy process. After all, you just need to express something with a few positive adjectives and you’re golden, right? Well, not necessarily. Carefully and consistently explaining your product or service with brevity takes skill, and is often best handed by the guided insight of a writing professional. This way, you can explain your service tiers, your unique delivery packaging, or your brand on social media with brevity. This can help people understand what you offer before they form their first impression – immediately allowing them to have all the facts before that natural judgment comes into play.
The format by which you deliver your marketing also makes a massive difference regarding its overall success. For instance, using the best shopper marketing agency can help you more accurately understand and deliver immediate marketing to those who may be ready to make that immediate purchase, increasing the worthwhile sense of demand, FOMO, and natural interest to cultivate awareness and immediate interest in what you have to offer. Depending on the product, marketing form can differ also. For instance, there’s a reason why fragrance and designer sunglasses ads litter the pages of magazines like GQ – it’s all about correct placement, and the theme you nest in.
Convenience & Clarity
The easier you make your presentation to potential clients or customers, the more likely they’ll look at you with hidden gratitude, because not only did you not waste their time, but you attempted to help them become familiar almost instantly. For instance, instead of listing all of your services on the front page of your website, what are your most popular options? How does your booking form work, or could it be that your landing page shows a tier list of how to book projects with your brand there and then? Convenience is king, especially online.
With this advice, you’ll be sure to secure that essential first impression for your brand going forward.