Be Your Best And Let Others Do The Bragging For You
It’s essential to think positively. After all, shouldn’t you believe you are the best at what you do? To succeed, you must believe in yourself and in your business.
Although it’s good to think this way, you should never proclaim it in your advertising and risk alienating your customers.
Tooting Your Own Horn:
To illustrate my point, imagine meeting a beautiful woman. You know she’s gorgeous, and she knows she’s lovely, right? Now imagine you ask her out on a date, and she says yes.
During your Date, her conversation revolves around how good she looks, and whatever subject you bring up, she somehow ties it back to here good looks. How would that make you feel?
Many of us would be instantly turned off and would probably head in the other direction because those statements make the beauty turn sour, and it becomes difficult to sense any beauty at all.
Unfortunately, many ads make these very same types of assertions. To hear this for yourself, simply turn on your radio.
For example, when a radio station is promoting themselves with a statement like, “Your only source for traffic information.” Do you think we’re stupid? There are thousands of sources!