Day 42: The Best Way to Sell Anything

Most ads for cars, clothing, and even cans of that odd-tasting bubbly stuff (the stuff that makes the featherless beings act kind of funny sometimes) seem to feature featherless lady models.

Clearly, there is a connection between the presence of the ladies and the sale of the products.

Since – empirically speaking – feathery beings are always more alluring than featherless beings, it just stands to reason that simply adding the presence of a being with feathers to any product advertisement would cause it to sell out right away.

For instance, say you wanted to sell a well-loved and (sort of) gently used reflective glowing thing.

Some people might say “Oh, you can’t sell that old thing!”

But just add feathers and watch what happens.

I'm ready, Mom. Are you ready?
I’m ready, Mom. Are you ready?
Are you sure? You don't look ready.
Are you sure, Mom? You don’t look ready.
Let's start with a photo of one of my two best sides - be sure to get some of the glowing thing in the picture too.
Let’s start with a photo of one of my best sides – be sure to get some of the glowing thing in the picture too.
Now get a picture of my soft and feathery head.
Now get a picture of my soft and feathery head.
And a front-facing picture - so the customers can see all my soft front feathers.
And now a front-facing picture – so the customers can see all my soft grey and white feathers, plus my sweet curved beak and my cute pink feet (they won’t be able to resist this combination).
And now get a good shot of one of my other best sides - this will help it sell right away.
And now get a good shot of one of my other best sides – this will help the reflective glowing thing sell right away.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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