B2B Marketing Tip of the WeekEvery website, presentation and brochure has them: bulleted lists. Improve yours by keeping the copy in parallel style, where each bullet begins with a consistent grammatical standard.

For example, begin each bullet with a verb in the same tense: Optimizes the sales channel. Improves staff productivity. Builds a better mousetrap. Or, start each list item with a succinct adjective-noun benefit: Great taste. Less filling. Really tempting.

Avoid a mishmash of styles and jargon. Clear copy builds credibility and professionalism for your brand. 

 

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