Thursday, April 23, 2009
Bullet Points: 30 Power Verbs to Get You Started
Part Four: Learn How Easy It Is To ...
By Susan Kendrick
(Here is the fourth and final installment from this article on bullet points and how to write cash-on-counter marketing copy for your book.)
As you create bullet points for your marketing copy, try leading into the list with a phrase like, “Learn how you can” or “Discover how simple it is to” and then start each bullet point with a powerful verb.
Remember, Once you’ve drafted your bullet points, stand back and look at them. Will they:
- Get noticed at-a-glance?
- Create a thirst for what your book has to offer?
- Give people irresistible reasons to buy?
If all your answers are “Yes,” congratulations. If not, keep at it. The following list will help.
How to Write Bullet Points ...
30 Power Verbs to Get You Started
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