Glossary (acronyms and terms used throughout Copy School)
AIDA - Attention, Interest, Desire, Action
AOV - Average Order Value
ARPU - Average Revenue per User
B2B - Business-to-Business
B2C - Business-to-Consumer
CR - Conversion Rate
CRO - Conversion Rate Optimization
CTA - Call to Action
CTO - Chief Technology/Technical Officer
CTOR- Click to Open Rate
CTR - Click Through Rate
CTV - Call to Value
DACI - Driver, Approver, Contributors, Informed (an outline of who will receive what when it comes to decision making for your copy)
PAS- Problem, Agitation, Solution
PCPO - Problem, Cure, Proof, Offer
PLF - Product Launch Formula
SBO - Small Business Owner
SDR - Sales Development Representative
SERP- Search Engine Results Page
SEO - Search Engine Optimization
UMM - Ultimate Message Map
USP - Unique Selling Proposition (you'll hear us say Value Proposition or value prop in Copy School)
VoC - Voice of Customer
YXTEIP - A framework used to get a solid outline in place for your webinar.
Asset - A marketing deliverable such as an email, landing page, home page, sales page or full funnel.
Conversion Copywriting - Words (copy) written to get your prospect to say "YES! - sign me up right now!" to your offer.
Frameworks - Flexible tools to organize messages in a compelling way.
Formulas - More precise tools to make your first draft pack more punch.
Home Page: The first web page of your website where your visitor usually lands from a general web search.
Landing Page: A landing page is a web page typically created for marketing or advertising campaigns. It’s the place where the reader lands after they click a CTA in an email or click through an ad. Landing pages can have goals like lead generation, trial starts or demo requests.
Roadmap - A key feature inside the Copy School platform. Roadmaps are curated sequences of lessons that, if completed, will ensure you get to your conversion copywriting learning goals as efficiently as possible.
Rule of One - In conversion copywriting the Rule of One is a rule that tells us to focus on just one thing per marketing asset. The rule of one has three parts: reader, offer and value proposition.
Sales Page: A type of landing page with a primary focus to sell. If you want to write a landing page that is focused on selling, you should choose a workflow in Copy School that’s for selling on pages.
Value Proposition (value prop)- The item you offer in your copy that is of high value to your reader - it appeals to everyone, unifies them, and is BIG (meaning desirable!).
Web Page: A broad umbrella term applied to any page on the internet. It tells us nothing about that page's topic or purpose. A web page is any single page that is displayed in Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or any browser you choose. All pages on the web are web pages.