Ad Writing And Tracking: Tips n Tricks

Written by Shahnaz Rauf

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A smart technique is to automate your word wrapping right on line usingrepparttar free e-mail formating utility at:

Alternative Tip For Front Page Users: Insert your word file into front page, convert text to table, merge cells, set table width to 464 and border size to zero. Save. Copyrepparttar 101084 entire table (not text) and paste in to your e-mail. This gives you 60 characters per line. [I suggest you use your hotmail account to send it to a Yahoo account and then copy and send it back. This will remove any HTML].

Ad Tracking:

Once you have written your ad you need to test and track it`s performance. Ad tracking is an absolute necessity if you want to maximize results with minimum budget. You need to know where your responses are coming from and which ads are `pulling` more. To getrepparttar 101085 maximum returns on your investment, you need to concentrate onrepparttar 101086 most responsive mediums. A few easily implemented tactics are:

1.E-mail links with subject lines: For each ad you use a different subject line. Say if your e-mail address is and you are advertising in ezine1, your link will be

2.Mirror Pages: If your URL name is and your home page is index.html, you upload several copies of your home page and save them as index1, index2, etc. Put a site meter on each ofrepparttar 101087 mirror pages, use different ads/ezines for each page. Here your link will takerepparttar 101088 form:

3.Autoresponders: For each Ad you use an email link with an autoresponder. Use an autoresponse sales message. For instance if you are tracking ad1 and ad2 you use two autoresponders and your links will be ofrepparttar 101089 form: and

This method gives you a very accurate picture.

4.If you don`t want to do any ofrepparttar 101090 above, you can userepparttar 101091 free tracking services at .

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