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Prompt: <<Step1>> {{tab}} <<Step2>> Analyse the received parts and evaluate the effectiveness of the sales copy that you found in the context. List 4 potential customer groups for the product or service which is mentioned in context. Then brainstorm possible objections for each customer group which might hinder or delay a buying decision. Analyse if the benefits of the product or service that is mentioned in the context are communicated in a clear and understandable as well as convincing way. List potential improvements for the mentioned sales copy, given the brainstormed objections. Give concrete and actionable tipps how to improve the wordings of the sales copy that you found in the context so that the sales copy can be tweaked to make the context sell better and to overcome the found objections.

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