10 Steps to Advertising SuccessWritten by Brian Moore
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get more attention? Headings with all capital letters? Headings that take up entire heading field of ad? Use caps sparingly for emphasis, and don't pile on words just for length. 6. Avoid hype. Don't over sell your product or service, discouraging your prospects even before they get to your site. Relay your excitement about your product through your own experiences, not unbelievable exaggerations. 7. Proofread. It's crucial to your success in ad writing, and online generally. Check your spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Be rigidly careful. Test links to make sure they work *and * actually lead to places you intend them to go. 8. Test your ad for efficiency. You can't over-test. Use your ad in many media, including newspaper classifieds. Track where your ad pulls from by using free or paid tracking services that are out there. Look to your affiliate program for good tips and instructions on ad tracking. 9. Keep a winning ad working for you. Keep submitting it to new places. A few sales will never wear out a good ad. 10. Submit only to places where your target market will be looking. This will save you time, money, and unwanted attention from would be spammers.
Now promise yourself this: You're going to get your ads noticed by writing them yourself and taking these steps to advertising success.
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10 Eye Popping, Jaw Dropping Ad Copy Secrets!Written by Larry Dotson
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7. Include your own picture on your ad copy. This will show people that you're not hiding behind your ad copy and will increase their trust. Also, include your contact information below picture and a brief statement or quote.
8. Tell your potential customers on your ad copy that you will donate a percentage of their purchase price to specific charity. This will show them you really care about people. They may just buy your product to donate to charity.
9. Ask your potential customers plenty of yes and no questions in your ad copy. The questions should remind them of their problem and make them think about what will happen if they don't purchase your product.
10. Tell your potential customers they will receive a free prize if they find five words in your ad copy that are misspelled or spelled backwards. The longer you can keep someone reading your copy greater chance of them purchasing.
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