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Copywriting Tips To Market Your Small Business
By: John Edmond
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  • Copywriting Tips To Market Your Small Business
  • It's impossible to...
  • The headline is...
  • Finish Your Projects...
  • If I bold...
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    Copywriting Tips To Market Your Small Business - Finish Your Projects...

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    "Finish Your Projects On Time and Under Budget Without Hiring a Single New Employee!"

    See what I mean? Headlines work. Start by defining your company's promise. Every small business has one all you have to do is tell your customer what it is.

    Bullets and Fonts

    Especially with a very technical subject matter, or with a product or service that requires a lot of information, bulleting out the finer points of your small business benefits can break down large blocks of information into an easy-to-read format.

    When faced with a page full of text, the eye tends to drift to areas of interest things that stand out from the rest of the text. For this reason, varying your font style and size just a tiny bit can make a real difference.

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