Brand Language

Drayton Bird, the guy who critiqued David Ogilvy’s copy for him, said:

“Richard has two valuable talents which many far better-known writers have never mastered. He can vary his style. And his work has charm.”

(David Ogilvy is known as The Father of Advertising – see Wikipedia.)

A distinctive voice and personality in your text – a Brand Language – can create a human, emotion-based connection. With that, plus a message that itches inside prospects’ heads, and makes them act, your marketing communications will hook people, reel them in, and fry them up for supper.

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