How do you get people to pay attention to your product or service? Particularly with animation in Ghana?
Especially in an age where everyone seems to be preoccupied with technology and other stuff, how can we manage to shift heads to our products?
There are few things that attract attention. I will share it with you here.
1. Sight Attracts
In the world of business, first impressions count. Actually, first impressions count everywhere; in Ghana too.
From dates to meeting new business partners and so on.
The way your brand is packaged speaks a lot about how I can trust you to do business with you without fear.
So then, time must be well spent to improve appearance because without having experienced any service, when offered two kinds, I will select the more sight-appealing.
This is very important.
Animation makes your brand very appealing and this causes those watching to patronize your service even without having experienced your service before. In Ghana, for instance, this works all the time.
2. Your Product or Service Animation Tags You With Seriousness
When you see the animated video of the product or service of a company/business, what comes to your mind?
Yes, that’s it! That’s a serious business. You begin to think to yourself saying, “They have something planned out!”
It’s no wonder people will trust that business and check out what they have to offer.
Animation in Ghana will be a plus to your marketing attempts since very few patronize it yet so many watch it.
Find here an article on Boosting Sales. It will help you well.
3. You Must Make Thing Easy for People to Understand
In a very short while, people lose attention.
According to research done by Microsoft, it was found out that the average person loses attention/focus on a task within 8 seconds. Refer here.
This number has significantly dropped from 12 seconds to 8 seconds in the past few years.
This also means prospects will skip the details of your business if;
1. You have to explain a lot of services for your concept/goal/features/benefits to be grasped/well understood.
This further implies that even 12 seconds is not enough for you to keep the attention of those attempting to listen to what your business has to offer.
2. They cannot understand it easily. This happens because no one wants to be confused about the thing they might have interest in.
Why should people not easily understand what you do?
Curb the struggle in the sea of social media.
Avoid drowning and stand out!
Particularly in Ghana, where almost every business markets itself with similar words and non-challenging creativity.
Craft your story adding some humor and memorability.
Send a copy.
Webmator will reproduce it for you in quick turnaround time.