Saw this sign in the neighborhood. Note the value proposition/USP: One-day bath remodeling.
It's a superb USP and a classic example of the speed approach to developing a solid unique selling proposition. It's a clear USP and it's achievable and realistic. The sign also includes the magic word, FREE.
The sign has a clear web address and upon further inspection, it's a solid website. Take a look. The USP is in the headline but could be a little more front and center. There's solid content. The copy is a bit SEO-ish but that's understandable.
Is your USP as clear as the one from Bath Fitter?
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