What is Sexy Nutrition?

Sexy Nutrition is a nutritional supplement marketing strategy I created… a way of connecting with consumers at their emotional core.

Marilyn’s natural sex appeal was maximized with marketing.

Uniting my inimitable nutritional supplement copywriting with education, branding and storytelling, Sexy Nutrition marketing campaigns have achieved 12X ROI. The Sexy Nutrition secret?

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Awwwww yeah. Sexy Nutrition is always in italics. Sexy Nutrition is that little somethin’ somethin’, that mmm… yes that makes consumers buy supplements.

Sexy Nutrition cannot be taught. But make no mistake… every supplement you sell has latent sex appeal, just waiting for the right marketing touch to bring it out.

Every nutrient has a romantic back story with irresistible benefits… there are natural potions and elixirs, tonics and mysterious herbs. How sexy is that?

When you tap supplements’ sex appeal and express it to consumers… that is Sexy Nutrition. If you achieve it, your supplement sales catch fire.

Let’s get it on,

~ P.J.S. the N.H.W.

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P.P.S.: It’s heating up. We’re just getting started. More Sexy Nutrition soon to come.


The Art of Nutrition

"First, do no harm."

In 2010, I worked on the re-branding of Physiologics, a physicians’ nutritional supplement line. This category is poised for explosive growth. To add some sex appeal to the typically bland marketing materials of doctors’ supplements, I incorporated quotes from the Hippocratic Oath, which worked beautifully with the branding of doctors’ supplements.

Quality is a hallmark differentiator that is critically important in the successful marketing of supplements. It’s not easy to write about! For this catalog, we brainstormed a quality theme called The Art of Nutrition. Read the PDF at right for the full story.

The Lesson: My client on this project (a true marketing genius) fixated on discussing quality without using the word “quality.” He was right — when you differentiate down to a subtle microscopic level, you strengthen your brand from the bottom up.