Ads Not Pulling? Don't Blame the Publisher Yet!

Written by Robert Olson

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Start by writing downrepparttar main benefit of your product or service. A benefit is something that fills a need inrepparttar 101106 reader's life. It may be more money or better health. It maybe a service that saves valuable time or just makes life easier in some way. When you know what your main benefit is, start writing headlines using power words to emphasize and magnify your main benefit. Before you begin, it would be wise to read ads forrepparttar 101107 purpose of learning to write ads. You will start to seerepparttar 101108 big differences between ads.... fromrepparttar 101109 bland torepparttar 101110 downright compelling! One person might write 'Eggs for Sale' butrepparttar 101111 next person may make his eggs sound so much better even ifrepparttar 101112 eggs are identical! 'Farm Fresh Eggs for Sale!' Now don't those eggs sound much better?

Once you have a headline that you feel can getrepparttar 101113 reader's attention, your next job is to develop 'Interest and Desire'. As with most ads, you will have to do this with a limited amount of words so don't waste them! The reader of your ad should be persuaded that what you offer will solve one of their problems. Let them know that your Herbal Pain Relief Formula really will give them a pain free life once again! Use power words to emphasizerepparttar 101114 benefits they will get if they respond to your ad. Solve one ofrepparttar 101115 reader's problems with words and your are just about there!

One ofrepparttar 101116 biggest mistakes made by ad writers is when they fail to askrepparttar 101117 reader to take 'action'. If you have a Herbal Pain Formula website, you might closerepparttar 101118 ad by writing 'To End Your Pain - Click Here! If you wantrepparttar 101119 person to respond by email, by phone or to write to you, tell them how to respond. If you don't tell them to respond they probably won't! Here is how an ad for a herbal pain formula might read:

Live Pain Free! New Herbal Formula with Pain Free Guarantee! To End Your Pain - Click Here Now!

Ad writing or copywriting is an art and you can't learn it all from any one article. But if you will seek outrepparttar 101120 information and spend some time at developing this art, you can see a difference in your response rates. With time, you may even write an award winner that could pull for years to come!

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A little knowledge goes a long way

Written by Tom Sabella

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Listed below are some web sights and reading material that will help you understandrepparttar music business and keep you from making some simple mistakes. Take time to look at all ofrepparttar 101105 pages listed and bookmarkrepparttar 101106 ones that you think will be helpful.

Performing Rights Organizations Songwriters, Copyrights, forms, publishers BMI ASCAP SESAC

Copyrights U.S. Copyrights lcweb.loc.copyright/forms General Business Sources Small business Development Center 1.800.827.5722 Wall Street Journal Forbes Magazine Money Magazine

Music Business

Reading Material How to Promote Your Music Successfully onrepparttar 101107 Internet The Musicians Atlas 2001 Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook & Auto tape The Indie Contact Bible Gig Magazine

All these books are available at or your local bookstore

Tom Sabella, a native of Hubbard, Ohio, grew up in the late fifties in a close-knit family with strong a religious background. His musical career began in adolescence with the church youth group and, at sixteen, he was performing with his band, The Acts, in New York City.

Tom inherited a flair for business from his father, an executive for Phar-mor. Always a leader, he sang with, managed, and marketed The Acts, and co-owned a recording studio.

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