Hi guys, I have an idea about the difference but I just want to clarify. For example let’s compare “Our students notice results WITHIN 2 weeks” vs “Our students notice results IN 2 weeks”. To me, “WITHIN” sounds better (from a marketing perspective) because it is saying that it could be 2 weeks or less. Whereas if you use “IN” it’s saying that it’s definitely going to be 2 weeks I.e it’s not suggesting that you could see results in one week. Am I understanding the difference well? Many thanks.