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Term: USP

Definition of the term "USP"

A Unique Selling Proposition, or USP, is the one thing that sets your product or service apart from all the others in your market. In a world where consumers have more choices than ever before, it’s essential to know what makes you different and why someone should choose you over all the others. Your USP should be focused on a customer need or pain point that your competitors cannot solve. By clearly articulating your USP, you can gain new customers and keep existing ones coming back. USP is a key element of branding, and when used correctly, it can be a powerful tool for driving growth.

Quick Tip About USP

1. Stand out in a crowded inbox by using your unique selling proposition (USP). 2. Make sure your content is focused on your USP and that it's interesting to read. 3. Increase open rates and click-throughs by using subject lines that reflect your USP.

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