Should you be asking Rhetorical Questions
in your Business Marketing?
How many questions are you posing to your potential customers in your marketing content?
Is your audience likely to be drawn in or turned off by the Question Mark?
And do you get a little bit irritated when you’re hounded by a seemingly endless series of silly questions?
Ah. I see what I did there.
But I should quickly point out that I’m talking about a very different and very specific type of question, not usually found in Blog articles or general publications.
I’m talking about the Rhetorical Question.
The short and simple marketing question, designed to hook the attention of your audience and intrigue them into reading more.
“Do you want to lose weight and grow bigger muscles in less than ten minutes?”
That kind of thing.
The Marketing Question can be a powerful tool when deployed in the right way.
But what’s the difference between a good strong marketing question and a terrible repulsive marketing question?
What sort of factors should you be carefully weighing up before Crafting the Perfect Question and throwing it out into the public arena?
And just how many Rhetorical Questions are included in this very Blog article?
Here are some of the answers… CONTINUE READING