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Rewriting catalog copy rules becomes a necessary task to maintain freshness and engagement.
The proliferation of blogs and social media culture links you to a wealth of potential customers and selling opportunities. But it will take more than just plucking an assortment of product copy off the catalog page and dropping it into these digital arenas to engage consumers. Here’s how to use catalog copy to drive readers to your blog and Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Be strategic and selective with your copy. Obviously, your catalog needs to have basic elements, like product names, prices, color/size options, quantities, whatever informs the purchase decision. Bolster the desire to keep reading with these three crucial copy elements your catalog must have.