Thank YOU For Preferring The Word Funnest
This post is just to thank you guys for loving most the headline that used the word FUNNEST. You’re my kind of people.
All three of those headlines are in an equal number of tweets on Twitter- one of them it roughly 6x more effective.
I am tempted to start a kickstarter campaign to get funnest made into a real approved of word by the superunfun grammarian snobs. snobarians. if that’s really a good idea let me know.
THE 5 UPSHOTS LESSONS TAKEAWAYS for you utilitarians, are:
- be unique.
- make up words. the coolest people do this. evidence: me.
- do things your own way.
- stand out from the crowd.
- embrace goofiness.
- bonus takeaway alert!: be funner.
Also in Facebook ad tests for a course I’m going to create- the title LEADSPLOSION won out the tests for the best lead gen course title. again, superthanks. I just love the idea of putting tons of time into something ridiculously named. And adding -splosion to the end of everything. CopywritingSPLOSION!
I guess that’s my thing overall with humor- do great things, strive for greatness, but make fun of it too because… life is short, don’t take yourself so seriously, none of us really matters that much (even though we all matter god bless us all every one and all that jazz), make plans and you make god or the universe laugh, if you don’t relax you’re going to have a heart attack and if you aren’t more fun no one will like you.
Signingly my post like a 68 year old who doesn’t know how to blogly,
P.S. I’m using KingSumo Headlines for these tests
Brian Carter is a popular business expert and keynote speaker with Fortune 500 clients like NBC, Microsoft and Humana as well as small businesses. He delivers motivational keynotes with practical takeaways with the comedic flair of his stand up comedy background. His agency, The Brian Carter Group, creates marketing that excites customers and increases brand visibility, sales and loyalty. Brian is a bestselling author you’ve probably seen on Bloomberg TV or in Inc, Entrepreneur, The Wall Street Journal or The New York Times. He has over 250,000 online fans and reaches over 3 million people per year.