Capture Their Attention With Your Title!

Written by A.T.Rendon

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Put Some Punch In Your Classified Ad

Written by Kevin Nunley

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When possible, include a quote from a past customer. People believe other customers before they believe you. It's human nature.

I knew a guy who built himself a fine retirement by marketing his self-published book with classified ads. He started out with an ad in one magazine. When he had made his money back, he put an ad in more magazines until you couldn't look through a newsstand without seeing his ad.

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