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How to Make Any Product Fascinating.

How to Make Any Product Fascinating.

It’s okay to admit that buyers don’t get as jazzed about cleaning supplies, light bulbs,
and toilet plungers as they do video games and stiletto heels. If you have a “boring”
product, how do you use your next direct mail, email, or multichannel campaign to
get customers excited about what you have to offer? 

  1. Create the narrative. Don’t let customers create the narrative around your
    product. Do it for them. Clearly define the product’s value. Does it save them $100
    per year? Give busy executives back an hour of their precious time? Tell them why
    they can’t go another day without it.
  2. Be a storyteller. Product specs are boring, but stories grab attention. Think
    about big home improvement stores like Lowe’s. Their ads don’t show lumber and
    nails. They show decks being built and yards being transformed. In other words,
    Lowe’s doesn’t sell lumber and mulch. It sells homeowner pride. What do you sell?
  3. Bring the dazzle. Creative approaches can make anything fun. Even a tablecloth
    will come to life using specialty techniques like dimensional coatings or 3D
    techniques like embossing. House-shaped pop-up 3D mailers can turn even the
    opening of a new branch of an insurance company into a “can’t miss” event. 
  4. Help them visualize. Images communicate complex concepts quickly. That’s why
    the soft, cuddly Snuggle bear and green Mucinex blob are so effective. These
    characters communicate ideas of softness and sticky goop in your lungs with speed
    and clarity that text alone cannot. 
  5. Get personal. No matter what you are selling, buyers pay attention when they
    see themselves. Whether it’s their name, a reference to an issue they relate to, or the
    use of their sense of humor, once they see themselves in your ad, they’re hooked.
    Use data to understand your buyers, then get inside their heads and create
    messaging that draws them in. 
    When it comes to print and multichannel marketing, there is no excuse to be boring.
    Use images, and tell a story. There is something genuinely fascinating about your
    products. Let’s find it!