You can see resources related to this Session #15 video at https://meclabs.com/course/lessons/ab…
In Session #15, Flint McGlaughlin teaches three penetrating questions that can help you craft high-impact sub-headlines.
Here are some of the most important insights from this class:
– Even a weak headline, if powered by a strong sub-headline, can win.
– Best is better than better, but better is still better than bad.
– Encapsulate the essence of the offer in the top four inches of the page.
– Give them just enough content at the top of the page to help win their engagement with the rest of the page.
You can watch the full video above, or jump ahead to these key takeaways:
0:00 Above-the-Fold Strategy: 4 ways to write powerful sub-headlines.
1:52 How do we develop a sub-headline that amplifies the power of our opening?
3:13 Which one of these four aims will best help achieve Micro-Yes 2?
3:53 Three questions to help craft your sub-headline.
4:55 Live example so you can see the principles put into action.
8:08 Vote for the sub-headline that you think will work best and put your thoughts in the YouTube comments.
A (clarity): With your help we empower artisan-entrepreneurs to sell their product all over the world
B (credibility):Winner of the United Nations Award for Intercultural Innovation
C (appeal): Over 8,000 Artisans have been lifted out of poverty by people like you
D (exclusivity): Your purchase helps our artisans earn at least 250% more than the market wage
Here is the text bank for the live example. Feel free to review it and see if it inspires you to improve any of these sub-headlines or create your own sub-headline for the live example. If you create a sub-headline, leave it in the comments section of this YouTube video.
“My girls are safe Thank you to Ten by Three for restoring my family. When you found me, poverty had already forced me to send my oldest girls to the street. I prayed every night that they would find a way to survive. After you started buying my baskets, I was able to rescue my girls and bring them home. Now everyone is safe, finishing school, and our stomachs are full. Thank you for making us a family once again.” – Afaama Asariga
– Intercultural innovation Award – United Nations – Olin Cup Washington University in St. Louis (December 2004)
– Developing Innovative Solutions Award from Focus St. Louis (May 2005)
– Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award by SSDN in St. Louis, MO (January 2006)
– The Global Growth Award by St. Louis, MO World Trade Center (September 2007)
– Women Influencing Now Award (April 2008)
– St. Louis Award (December 2008)
– Woman on the Rise Award 2009 by the Illinois State Treasurer’s Office (May 2009)
– Madison County Illinois Recognition (2010)
– Social Enterprise Day Declaration (September 2011)
– Humanitarian of the Year SIUE (March 2013)
– 25 Most Influential St. Louis Business Journal (August 2013)
– Emmy Award St Louis Mid America Chapter (October 2013)
– YWCA Non-Profit Leader (December 2013)
– PR Daily Best Re Branding (June 2015)
– GS1 Supplier Excellence Nominee (July 2015)
– 100 Most Influential Global Leader (Nov. 2015)
– GS1 Small Business Standards Success Award (June 2016)
– Emmy Award St Louis Mid America Chapter (October 2016)
– Queen Mother of Development Zaare, Ghana Enskinning (October 2016)
– Graduate from Poverty® Model
– They have received a lifesaving Prosperity Wages® payment for their work.
– Prosperity Wages are delivered in the form of mobile money paid right to the artisan’s cell phone.
– They sustainably exit poverty through our Graduate from Poverty® Model
– The idea behind this exclusive model is to empower entrepreneurial minded artisans by providing them access to the global market.
– As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the proceeds from your purchase are reinvested into the lives of our artisans.
– Beautiful and unique, each item we offer has been meticulously crafted by hand.
– By purchasing hand woven Ten by Three® products, you empower families around the world not just to exist, but to thrive.
– Our exclusive Prosperity Wage® model ensures artisans receive at least 2.5 times fair trade for their handicraft.
– This beyond fair trade model creates the working capital our artisans need to start businesses independent of our work and sustainably exit poverty.
– Every child raising their hand has a voice thanks to supporters of Ten by Three… (You can see the rest of the text bank at https://meclabs.com/course/lessons/ab…)
To get immediate help with your marketing challenges, just contact Flint and his team: F.McGlaughlin@MECLABS.com.
This is session #15 from the online training “Become a Marketer-Philosopher: Create and optimize high-converting webpages” – https://meclabs.com/course/. The course is fully underwritten by MECLABS, with no monetary cost to participants.