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🦩How good is your pitch?


After you've done your research, nailed down your brand personality, and defined your brand core, now it's time to bring it to life through the 🪄 magic of words. Articulating your brand's Unique Selling Proposition and Elevator Pitch is an 👩🏽‍🎨art & a 🧑🏽‍🔬science that combines emotional and logical elements to convey a clear & concise message. 

What is a Unique Selling Proposition (USP)?

Your USP, also known as a Unique Value Proposition, succinctly communicates your unique qualities, value, and competitive edge. 🥇 Successful brands invest time and money to develop a killer USP because they know the power 💪🏼 it has to create a lasting impression, differentiate, and build brand loyalty. 

What is an Elevator Pitch?

An Elevator Pitch is your brand's concise story, designed to capture attention and spark interest in a brief encounter. It should convey WHO you are for, HOW you help solve their problems, and WHY you're the best choice, leaving a memorable impact on your audience 🥰. A well-crafted elevator pitch is a powerful tool for networking, attracting investors, and engaging potential customers.

7 Essential Elements to Developing Your USP & Pitch

To craft a strong USP and elevator pitch, start by asking your existing clients or customers, "Why did they choose you?" That should give you a clue as to what's important to your audience. Here are 7 elements to consider as you brainstorm:

1. Clarity: Clearly define what makes your brand unique.
2. Memorability: Craft a tagline that resonates and sticks with your audience.
3. Authenticity: Stay true to your brand's values to build trust.
4. Relevance: Address the needs and desires of your target audience.
5. Differentiation: Highlight what sets your brand apart from competitors.
6. Value Proposition: Clearly communicate the value your brand provides. 
7. Simple: Above all else, keep it simple and concise.

⚡BONUS: Beware of common pitfalls such as making it too wordy, too generic, or too unbelievable/over the top. And unlike a slogan, your USP is meant to be everywhere and in everything. It should clearly state who your ideal customer is.

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