Spruce Up Boring Product/Service
With Variety, Voice and Verve
Sigh. You have another
17 product descriptions to go for your website
or catalog. You realize the reader was
yawning long ago, and you're going to scream for
not knowing how to avoid making every
widget sound the same.
To the rescue! Here's a
quick checklist to help you inject variety and
freshness into your copy:
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Now look at your list of answers and choose one or more
ideas that provide an appealing angle. Add the practical
facts like how big and how much, and you're done.
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No matter how prosaic the item, no matter how similar it is
to other items, ingenuity can make it stand up and wave
"Buy me!" to a shopper.
In addition, catalog writing
personality. Technically, this element is
called voice, and it's what unifies the
descriptions at a web site or in a catalog so
that they have a corporate identity. When
there's a tight match between the writing voice
and the customers' interests and needs, the
shopper feels the company is speaking directly
to them, and that they're looking at the kind of
widgets they'd most like to buy.
For example, here's a sample
sentence from a catalog called The Territory
logical and muy guapa, Keen's huarache
overhaul was done with the global wanderer in
That prose has a kind of
masculine romance about it. But a catalog
or web site's voice could be efficient,
technical, playful, practical, compassionate,
soulful... There are countless
Whatever the voice chosen, it
must be consistent throughout the catalog or web
site, or prospective customers get confused.
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anything again." - Karon Thackston,
Writing Effective Catalog Copy or Web Copy
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Marcia Yudkin's manual, 73 Ways to Describe a
Widget: Never Be Brain Dead Again When
Having to Write Catalog Copy or Sales Material, provides
detailed guidance and copious examples for the
process of writing persuasive product
"73 Ways To Describe a Widget
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It's just as helpful if you're
stuck on how to make just one product sound
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