Conversational copy gets result.
Because it’s easier to read … so your audience quickly grasps what you have to say.
To ensure your copy is conversational, take the time to read it out loud.
It should sound like a real face-to-face conversation.
Conversational copy forces the sales message to sound like a friend telling another friend about a great product or service.
Conversational copy tends to use shorter sentences. Try to eliminate long sentences that say too much. Break things up with em dashes – or ellipses … or create separate sentences.
Conversational copy can include sentences that start with “And” or But,” or “Because.” These so-called “bucket brigade” words continue the flow of your message, making the copy seem smooth and effortless … rather than stiff and impersonal.
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