10 Hypnotic-Like Sentences That Sell Like Crazy!

Written by Larry Dotson

Tell your readers what they are probably thinking, feeling or doing as they read your ad copy. This strategy will usually trigger their own subconscious mind to bring out these feelings or actions.

You can add these sentences into any ad copy. You may have to change one or two words so it relates more torepparttar product or service you're selling.

1. As you keep reading this ad copy, you are feeling more and more compelled to experience allrepparttar 101156 benefits of our product.

2. The more you understand just how valuable our product could be to your life,repparttar 101157 less you think about delaying this important purchase.

3. After you read this short ad you will feel like your problems are almost completely solved, all you will have to do is order.

4. As you're skimming through this, you're beginning to think you have nothing to loose and everything to gain by trying out our product.

The Classified Challenge: Sell Within Seconds

Written by Lisa Lake

Classified advertising is a marketing method that's hundreds of years old. Inrepparttar last digital decade online classified advertising has exploded. You can reach millions of readers within seconds after creating and posting an ad. It's an inexpensive way to market yourself, your service, or your product, and your customer comes LOOKING FOR YOU when reading classifieds. Yet too few of them score. Why not? They're vague. They don't sell within seconds.

Read through 20 or 30 online classifieds and you'll agreerepparttar 101155 best ones stand out in three ways. They inform, they entice, or they challengerepparttar 101156 reader. This drawsrepparttar 101157 reader intorepparttar 101158 ad immediately, likely ending with a phone call or website hit or better yet, a sale. Good classified ads needn't do all three. But they succeed in one of these - informing, enticing, or challengingrepparttar 101159 reader -- and they get started right away with a strong headline.

Let's look at a couple of online classified categories to find some bombs and to find some winners. I chose 'Business Opportunities' for its sheer size online (huge), and 'Weddings', under Services.

Classified readers are exposed to loads of poorly written ads inrepparttar 101160 Business Opportunities section. "Earn BIG BUCKS!!!" "Opportunity Knocking!" "Money Making Opportunity." "Don't Pass This Up!" "Earn Unbelievable Income This Week!" "Home-Based Business Opportunity." That last one does inform us, and you might even picture yourself working in your basement in your plaid bathrobe;repparttar 101161 problem is there are HUNDREDS of others today withrepparttar 101162 same headline. What is something SPECIFIC aboutrepparttar 101163 business opportunity you want to share with others?

Onrepparttar 101164 other hand,repparttar 101165 following ads are informative, telling me right away aboutrepparttar 101166 nature ofrepparttar 101167 opportunity. "Book Travel >From Home." "NOT MLM." "Save 80% On Dental Services." "Order Processor - Work From Home." "Own Your Own Casino Website."

I realize withrepparttar 101168 boom in online business opportunities, daily there are more and more of each of these examples of work opportunities available. So entice your reader. These are pretty persuasive: "Flock To Record-Breaking Company!" "Moms, Say Good-bye To Daycare!" And, "Follow A Proven Plan To Success."

Or challenge your reader. "On A Mission Moms?" "Serious Money For The Serious Minded" challengesrepparttar 101169 experienced entrepreneur to stand up and be noticed. He might say to himself, 'I'm smart, I've been aroundrepparttar 101170 block a few times; so I'll read your ad to see if YOU'RE serious.' A retired person without a lot of technical experience but who is curious about online businesses might respond torepparttar 101171 headline "Easy Set-Up" by saying, 'You mean even I could do it? Tell me more.'

After you write your all-important headline, or simply approve it after having an expert do it for you, ask yourself, would Joe Reader read on?

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