Added by NikkiElizDemere 5 years ago in
When you’re putting together copy for a website you may not have the luxury of only having to speak to one audience. In fact, you may have multiple audiences you need to address. Which means you’ve got a juggling act on your hands. Who is most important? What if both audiences require equal attention? How do you write copy that attracts more than one audience on a page without confusing your messaging? The answers to these questions lie in your customer research and a process for determining where your audiences’ needs overlap.
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