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    Need help with coming up with attractive words for lead generation?

    You guys have any suggestion for attractive words that will attract people who want to buy a business?

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    That would depend a lot on what the business is. For example, a real estate company might want to say something like Put yourself in a prime location to capitalize on...etc...("location, location, location" is one of the big catchphrases in that industry)
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    Well this is the coming http://www.fintrack.com.au/ they help people buy and sell a business. But they need a flyer that's focus on the 'buying aspect.

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    How about "FinTrack Biting a large chunk from your business"
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    Quote Originally Posted by m3n0tu18, post: 223597
    How about "FinTrack Biting a large chunk from your business"
    Not sure that will work , but I will let the client know.

    Thanks for your input

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    "Diversify Your Investment Portfolio."

    Chances are these guys are catering to the corporate business buying crowd (you know, six-figure upper management wannabes representing companies with deep pockets and little to no street smarts), so the language should reflect that.

    But here's my question...your client has probably already had marketers come up with the language for you if they haven't done so themselves already. Why not just find out what phrases they use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 223690
    "Diversify Your Investment Portfolio."

    Chances are these guys are catering to the corporate business buying crowd (you know, six-figure upper management wannabes representing companies with deep pockets and little to no street smarts), so the language should reflect that.

    But here's my question...your client has probably already had marketers come up with the language for you if they haven't done so themselves already. Why not just find out what phrases they use?
    Haven't heard from you in a while, welcome back!

    This is what he suggested, he want to move focus away from the traditional blurb but actually selling a particular business. but he still doesn't like it

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