However, if you make a big effort to base your content on happiness and ease, you'll be way ahead of most of the competition.
- Find out what makes your clients and customers really happy. Then show how you deliver.
- Ease is always huge. Make everyone's life a lot easier.
- Tell stories about just how happy clients and customers have become since making the decision to do business with you.
- Show happy people in photos and videos (this may seem obvious but there's a lot of morosity on websites).
- Make sure testimonials are teeming with happiness.
- Your special report and free content should be organized around making people so happy they have to buy what you have to offer.
Also...try to organize your content so the happiness is digestible.
- Captions under photos.
- Pull quotes.
- Copy doodles.
Let's take a look at some websites and pages that really sell happiness with their content.
I'm not a huge flash fan and there's a lot of flash on this site but it's selling happiness throughout. Think it's hard for a dentist to sell happiness? Think again by clicking here. And I think Jim McLean, the golf instructor, is really good at showing results on his site.
Take a look at your site and your content. If you think you're selling happiness really well, leave a comment with a link.
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