Drive Sales With Stories
Usually when you open an email, you get pain points by having a marketer state your problems—all by directing you back to a squeeze page for your hard-earned money. The truth is, there isn’t anything wrong with you.
When someone makes you read pain points, you are less likely to read the emails after a certain amount of time. You can go days without caring what one has to share because you know their intention is wrong. However, when you learn the principles of storytelling to create an uplifting message for your audience, you will be able to see new results, thus generating more engagement and income.
An audience that’s happy to hear from you will want you to tell more stories. By acknowledging their worth and true potential, your inbox will start flooding in new emails, messages, and an audience that craves your presence. Do you have what it takes to write stories that your audience will want to read…
Having the ability to share creative stories allows you to create a bond with your audience.
Storytelling is so engaging because it is very unexpected; especially, when a brand stands out among the crowd. When you only receive sales letters to buy new products, your mind gets bored. Receiving something that is energetic will want to make the reader want to read more. Words have energy; the way you choose your words and how you will structure a sentence can change so much.
Here’s the impact storytelling can have on your business:
- More feedback from the client
- Higher conversion rate on sales
- Positive association with the product
- Longer engagement time with the client
- You transform your product to a feel-good product
If you’re tired of having low open-rates, no engagement on social media, blog posts, or even videos, you will learn how to give your stories that extra boost that will morph them into something profitable and spectacular. Clear your thoughts and be ready to brainstorm; let’s get more playful with the ideas that are stuck in your head!
This coaching is primarily focused on making your voice matter to the masses. Once you start this training, people will want to talk to you on the phone, video, or interview you. Note that telling powerful stories does bring in new clients but also a lot of amazing friends, and connections you never thought were possible.
This 3-month package is for entrepreneurs and businesses that already have an email list, following on social media, and have a book.
Week 1: What is creative writing and how can you apply it to your business.
Week 2: The Hero’s Journey – Pain Points, Character building, and ending
Week 3: The 4 U’s of Copywriting and how to use them in your story
Week 4: Crafting Your Stories (From Start to Finish)
Week 5: In medias res (Starting from the middle of the story.
Week 6: Creating a setting
Week 7: Research Week – Bring me your favourite book/movie/speech and let’s dissect it
Week 8: Creative abundance: writing prompts
Week 9: Editing (Programs & Editors)
Week 10: Headlines, Buzzwords, Audience.
Week 11: Impact, Community, Wording
Week 12: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry For Business
Are you ready to bring the impact of storytelling to your business?
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