Ahhh the old C55H104O6 copy blunder.
The blunder where you replace a simple word with a complex one.
You see, our pal C55H104O6 is simply — according to a dude on youtube — the formula for "human fat".
But except for the rare occasion you're in a chemistry lab... why the heck would you refer to it using numbers and letters? Instead of the simple and well known: "fat".
This sounds silly, but people do it in copy all the time.
They load their ads with jargon and industry slang that goes over their prospect's head. Which is a sure way to get them running away.
The problem is being "too close" to your business.
Not seeing the cockles for the rocks.
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