10 Hypnotic-Like Sentences That Sell Like Crazy!

Written by Larry Dotson

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5. As you're scanning over this ad copy, you are beginning to imagine using our product and enjoying allrepparttar benefits it brings.

6. The more you keep reading our adrepparttar 101156 more you feel it would be a waste to let this opportunity slip by.

7. The more you review our adrepparttar 101157 more you begin to find yourself getting very excited about our product and starting to feelrepparttar 101158 urge to buy now.

8. You don't know it yet but, atrepparttar 101159 conclusion of this ad, you will feel driven to order and experience allrepparttar 101160 benefits of our product.

9. You don't realize it yet but, in a few short minutes you'll realize that you can't put off this vital purchase and then you'll be yanking out your credit card.

10. As every word you read travels from this ad to your brain, you start to understand just how much our product could benefit your life.

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The Classified Challenge: Sell Within Seconds

Written by Lisa Lake

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Say you're planning a wedding. My mother did everything for me while I exercised furiously to fit into a size 8 gown. But lots of women are marrying later now, planning forrepparttar biggest day of their lives themselves - often online. Your audience here is educated, sophisticated, and probably particular. Vague headlines likerepparttar 101155 following are of no help to them whatsoever. "Getting Married?" "Florist." "Photographer For Hire."

Do those inform? Do they entice me, tempt me to scanrepparttar 101156 entire ad? Do they testrepparttar 101157 reader with an I-dare-you-to-read-on headline?

Here are ads that informrepparttar 101158 reader right away, selling their service or product within seconds: "Music Matters DJ Service." Hey, if music is important to you, if you want more than an old harpist at your reception, wouldn't you keep reading? "Wedding Photography Candid Style." This photographer specializes in warmth, more thanrepparttar 101159 usual posed photos in front ofrepparttar 101160 altar. You might instantly picture a shot ofrepparttar 101161 bride holding her worn- out little flower girl on her lap, or maybe a shot of her dancing with her blushing young nephew. And I love this one: "Budget? Stress? Free Wedding Manual." That gets torepparttar 101162 point and directsrepparttar 101163 right market to read on: cheapos, girls paying for their own second wedding, girls like me whose father had four daughters to marry off. Another: "Best Price In Town For Photo & Video."

Or ads can enticerepparttar 101164 reader to consider something special AND something specific for their wedding. "Great Private Weddings On San Antonio Riverwalk." (Can't you feelrepparttar 101165 river mist, hearrepparttar 101166 music streaming out of nightclubs, smellrepparttar 101167 enchiladas?) How about, "Elegant Horse and Carriage" or "Hand-made Wedding Veils." Ooh, wouldn't that be lovely? The reader will read on if it's a match. And because weddings are sentimental, and it's not a lawnmower for sale here, I chose to keep reading this one: "The Sights and Sounds of Your Wedding." The body ofrepparttar 101168 ad gave great, specific information like, 'Don't let your wedding be a hazy memory. Our video packages include multi-camera coverage ofrepparttar 101169 preliminaries, ceremony, and reception.'

Lastly, this ad challengesrepparttar 101170 creative wedding planner: "Hire Elvis For Your Wedding!" He's asking you if you're really brave enough to throw a truly WACKY wedding, while atrepparttar 101171 same time giving you an immediate mental picture ofrepparttar 101172 thing.

Classified ads are useful, easy to use, and quick. Readers can search locally or nationally, and by specific category. (The San Antonio Riverwalk wedding ad ran within Texas, for example.) Online classified ads are very affordable and reach millions of readers. So use them, but write them wisely. Remember how? Inform, entice, or challenge - starting withrepparttar 101173 headline.

Lisa Lake started out writing classified ads for a big newspaper. Now she helps people market their products, services, and ideas with low-cost ads across the Internet. See her "no-work" ad placement service at http://MyAdBlaster.com Reach Lisa at lisa@drnunley.com or 801-328-9006.

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