C5, Any advice?

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Aimee.Dunn
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C5, Any advice?

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Completely stuck on C5, Any advice guys?

I understand the AIDA formula, but i'm having trouble finding a catchy opening sentence and staying in the 200 word limit. :?:

Help appreciated!

Aimee
kelly2204
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Re: C5, Any advice?

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Hey
I'm still on unit a I tried to dm you don't think it worked wondered if you can help at all!

Thanks Kelly :) xx
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Aimee.Dunn
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Re: C5, Any advice?

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Heya, I didn't get anything!

I'll try from my end to message you.

Aimee :)
kelly2204
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Re: C5, Any advice?

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I received it and have replied but it doesn't go in my inbox it goes into my junk email box for some reason so if you don't receive my reply check your junk box!
thanks Kelly xx
Amandac
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Re: C5, Any advice?

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Having a little trouble with C5 cat find a catchy headline anyone else managed to do this?
shereneg1481
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Re: C5, Any advice?

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hey amiee I just finish that unit and sent it in didn't get my mark yet but what I did was its like a sales pitch you have to sell yourself state what you do and the benefits of what having you around can accomplish and keep it interesting so that they would need you and hopefully make contact with you for what ever event the may have in mind
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