Podcast Episode 8: What is Your Unique Selling Proposition? | See Girl Work

Podcast Episode 8: What is Your Unique Selling Proposition?

In episode 8 of the See Girl Work podcast series, we discuss what exactly a unique selling proposition is, why it’s important for your business, and why it’s crucial for your marketing and branding efforts.

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A unique selling proposition (USP) is a small paragraph that explains what your business stands for.

It helps your business stand out from the crowd and tells your customers what is special about you. It should convey a strong benefit. It should be memorable. It should clearly explain who the brand is targeting.

Your USP should be driving the development of your company and should be the foundation of your marketing strategy.

Below are Examples for Effective USP’s

In 2001, Amazon positioned itself as a retail bookseller that provides instant access to over 1.1 million books. Unlike traditional book retailers, Amazon.com provides a combination of extraordinary convenience, low prices and a comprehensive selection.

TOMS Shoes are quirky, comfy, light and inexpensive. The most unique and compelling part of the TOMS Shoes story is that they give a new pair of shoes to a child in need for every pair you purchase.

FedEx pioneered a very memorable slogan with: When your package absolutely, positively has to get there overnight.

 

 

The See Girl Work podcast series is available on iTunes and Soundcloud.

 

Alethea Robinson

Founder & Blogger-in-Chief, See Girl Work

Alethea Robinson is a freelance marketing & content writer who provides content strategy, blogging, and writing & editing services for creative agencies and small to medium-sized businesses. In addition to her freelance business, Alethea is also founder and blogger-in-chief at See Girl Work, an online community for creative, entrepreneurial-minded women. Before starting her blog and freelance business, Alethea worked in marketing and communications for over 15 years.

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