The A-B-T Method
Storytelling that puts customers at the heart of content is an effective way to engage audiences. Using the A-B-T method (And, But, and Therefore) allows you to create content that builds emotional connections. It makes you focus by using research and empathizing with your audience. By building your content in this manner, you can identify what your audience wants, learn how to articulate it to them clearly and concisely, and establish a deep connection that helps build trust.
The ‘And’ is your statement of agreement with the audience. This first statement helps you validate your audience by letting them know you understand what’s important to them and what’s at stake in their life or business.
The problem statement or the ‘But’ makes sure that your ‘But’ statement is succinct and specific and creates a contradiction. The greater the contrast you can create between the ‘And’ statement and the ‘But’ statement, the more your audience will lean in to listen to your solution.
The solution or ‘Therefore’ showcases how you’re there to help your audience get what they want by helping them overcome whatever is standing in their way.
Once you join each of these pieces together, your completed story looks something like this: You want [what] And [why it’s important], But [problem]. Therefore, you have to get [what] by [how].
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A Renaissance for the Inbox? Email Commerce
According to Radicati Group’s estimate, more than 4 billion people use email worldwide. Recent studies found penetration to be about 85% in Canada and a calculated user base to be nearly 29 million this year, according to Insider Intelligence.
Retailers rely on email the most, and even more so now, due to the ecommerce boom that started in 2020 and continues this year. Collecting email addresses, whether at the physical point-of-sale or during checkout online, creates a digital identifier for customers that complies with domestic privacy regulations.
Next Steps: Retailers looking to personalize email communication must turn to pinpoint targeting and segmenting lists based on purchase history, digital behaviors, stated interests, and demographic data.
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#ProTip: Say Thank You to your Audience
One good way to bring your audience closer to you is to let them know you appreciate them. For your next post, try offering a quick message expressing your gratitude for their support of your business.
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Nearly 40% of consumers begin their holiday shopping before Halloween, and the post-pandemic effect has conditioned shoppers to start even earlier (Source: Oracle).
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