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Reasons to use bullets

  • Give people a reason to act
  • Build curiosity so you can create pressure inside people to get them to buy faster
  • Grab people’s attention so you can address their specific wants (and needs) to make more sales
  • Convey important information quickly so you can get your message across fast to maximise every advertising dollar you spend
  • Carry the load of explaining what your product is and what it will do for them

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