How to Make Powerful Content That Resonates With Your Audience

THE SIMPLEST PROCESS YOU’LL EVER NEED TO CONNECT WITH YOUR AUDIENCE Is your content resonating with your ideal audience? Have you launched a product or service and your response was just… meh!?! Wanna know how to hit your message out of the park? Knowing the right messages can really move the needle on anything you do; from sales …

how to make powerful content that resonates with your audience


Is your content resonating with your ideal audience?

Have you launched a product or service and your response was just… meh!?!

Wanna know how to hit your message out of the park?

Knowing the right messages can really move the needle on anything you do; from sales pages to advertisements, content to images, promotions to scripts, etc.

Anything and everything you could possibly think of.

Check out this 3 step process you can follow so that your marketing messages and sales funnels resonate with your target over and over again.


NOTE: Assumption testing – the key to getting the kind of messaging you want is to come up with assumptions and test them.

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Research > Theorize > Test

Come up with some assumptions (hypothesis) and test them.

A great question to ask yourself is, “What problem does my audience have, that my product solves?

Let’s say you have a shoe company – you manufacture shoes. light colored athletic shoes to be exact.








An assumption may be that women may find this product amazing, while men… not so much.

Maybe these shoes are really comfortable, and less for actual athletic training purposes, so we assume that older women may be more interested.

We then take this data and run test ads to look at the results.

We test everything, from the headline, to the image, to the CTA, and the landing page.

We won’t get into breaking down how an ad should look – for more on that go to our 4 Step Formula on Winning Facebook Ads.

We test long descriptive copy and very short (maybe a sentence long) copy.

We measure the KPI’s (if on Social) through Likes, comments, and shares.

View the responses and see what people say.

Are there positive responses or negative ones?

Are people liking and sharing your ad?

If running AdWords, are what do your impressions look like?

More importantly CTR? Is it above average?

After analyzing your KPI’s view your analytics… What is the

Are people staying or jumping ship?

Are they viewing multiple pages or purchasing the product?

This is the information we need to know.

Optimizing for conversions

If your advertisements are getting clicks, positive responses, and conversions, then you’re on the right track… scale those campaigns.

If they’re receiving clicks and positive feedback but nobody is converting, then you are going to want to analyze your sales funnel & landing pages.

What is the copy like?

Does it speak to your targeted audience?

Have you pointed out the benefits?

Within your sales funnel, you should be thinking like the buyer.

Take them through the buying process.

Simple explanation of the process looks like:

Problem > Solution > Product

As stated, this is a simplified process, but understanding this will help identify every aspect of your sales copy. From the landing page all the way to the product page and the checkout.


This is either a conscious or subconscious issue.

Visitors may know they have a problem or have a problem and don’t even know it.

The realization comes in when they are searching Google, or scanning their Facebook feed and something jumps out at them…

…The ah-ha moment or light-bulb moment.

They see your ad / post and say, “Hey! I have that problem!

This prompts them to engage.

However, if you don’t follow the steps properly, you’ll lose their attention and find yourself with an empty wallet.

So dig deep into the problem.

What is your target audience’s pain points?

For instance, if their feel they’re spending too much time on a specific project, “time” is a problem, but what is really the issue here?

What about…

They want to spend more time with their kids / family.

Maybe your target audience loves surfing and want to spend more time on the beach…

…get what I am saying?

Dig deeper. People are irrational, find those irrational dreams and fears.


At this point in the process, you are NOT selling (you’re giving).

All you are doing is discussing the different ways in which one could solve this particular problem.

If you had back pain there are many different solutionsright?

Maybe you could have surgery, or you need to stretch more, or maybe even consult with a chiropractor.

All of these are possible solutions – give your audience solutions.

What occurs when you do this, is you build trust with them.

Because you are basically saying, “hey look…

Here’s your problem and there are many different ways of dealing with this problem, possibly even going to a competitor – why wouldn’t they trust you now that you’ve “given away the farm“?

Building trust is a major step you’ll need in order to convert visitors into leads.


Once trust is built you can now move into the product stage.

Discuss your product.

Delve into the benefits of your product.

How this product with solve their problem and why this is a better option than anything else on the market.

Remember how we previously discussed the irrational dreams and fears, this is where you sell them on the benefits.

How will this product help them make their dream a reality or destroy any fears they may have?

If you look at what a lot of companies do, they focus on the features of their product.

Ever bought a car? All the car salesmen will talk about is the horsepower, how cold the AC can get, all the nobs and switches that come with the car, etc.

They are selling featuresNOT benefits.

Don’t get me wrong, features are important. But they are only important for products in which people MUST get.

For instance, if you own a tractor, you have to get tractor oil… It’s a must!

So the features of that oil are important.

Maybe they’re:

  • Specific oil for your brand of tractor.

  • Won’t have to change the oil for the next 12 months.

  • Lubricates the engine with a specific kind of chemical that allows your tractor to go more miles.

Get my drift? These are features…

Features are good but focus on benefits.


Connect with your visitors on an emotional level.

Expand on the benefits

…how is your product going to solve a problem they have?

Know what your customers are looking for, where they look for it, and how to talk to them.

Know and understand the “Why“.

You follow this process and I guarantee you’ll start to see high conversions and happier clients.

Strong content with the right intent equals higher ROI.





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