3 emotionally effective copywriting lessons I discovered from the movie #ThorLoverAndThunder


The movie is chock-full of great examples of how to use visual storytelling to engage and entertain your audience…

Here are just a few of the many lessons you can learn from the film.

1. Start with an intriguing opening scene.

The opening scene of “Thor: Love and Thunder” is a perfect example of how to grab your audience’s attention from the very beginning…

The scene introduces the conflict and the two main characters of the film: Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston).

By starting with such a strong opening, the film instantly hooks its viewers and keeps them invested in the story.

2. Use unexpected plot twists to keep your audience guessing.

Throughout “Thor: Love and Thunder,” there are several twists and turns that keep the viewers on their toes…

Just when you think you know what’s going to happen, the story takes a completely different turn.

This keeps the audience engaged and prevents them from becoming bored or predicting the ending.

3. Use humor to lighten the mood and keep things fun.

One of the things that make “Thor: Love and Thunder” so enjoyable is the humor that is sprinkled throughout the film…

(That’s why I love empathetic emails for myself and my clients that keep audiences buying by engaging with them – show “EMPATHY” and don’t be “SALESY”)

From Thor’s awkward interactions with his fellow Avengers to Loki’s mischievous antics, there are plenty of laughs to be had.

This light-hearted approach keeps the tone of the film from becoming too heavy and prevents it from becoming overly serious.

Copywriting is essential for getting your message across. This is especially true when you are trying to tell a story, whether it’s in an email, blog post, or sales letter.

By using these three techniques, you can keep your audience engaged, entertained, and invested in what you have to say.

What are some other copywriting lessons you’ve learned from movies? Share them in the comments below!

Creative Credit – Midjourney AI

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