The Micro-Script Rules: It's Not What People Hear. It's What They Repeat...

The Micro Script Rules It s Not What People Hear It s What They Repeat Schley has developed a list of Micro Script rules that solve that problem

  • Title: The Micro-Script Rules: It's Not What People Hear. It's What They Repeat...
  • Author: Bill Schley
  • ISBN: 9780982694107
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Schley has developed a list of Micro Script rules that solve that problem.

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    1. If the glove doesn't fit Even though I didn't type it out, your brain probably said "you must acquit."Why is that?Your brain 'hears' the rest of the sentence as if I wrote it out because of audiation, the process by which our brain complete words/music that it already knows. Great marketers use this mental hack to develop marketing messages that is sharp, concise, and leaves people talking for days after they heard the message.Microscripts are simple marketing messages that tell a story, and evo [...]


    2. One the best books about marketing that's not written by Seth Godin that I've read. Tangible help and actual suggestions for anyone who makes presentations, writes copy for radio or advertising, or creates content for the web. This is a POD - print on demand book. That was a new concept to me: enpedia/wiki/Print_on



    3. Decent insights but there's probably a better book on the subject of branding and taglines. Either way, it helped me.



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