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10 Proven Tips for Boosting Ad Response

Written by Marty Foley

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-- Ad Copy Tip #6:

Build and use a "swipe file." This shady-sounding term refers to a file or collection of winning ad copy that others have used successfully. No, I'm not advocating that you plagiarizerepparttar work of other copywriters. What I'm suggesting is that you creatively adaptrepparttar 101145 winning elements of other proven ads to your own situation. Sure beats trying to reinventrepparttar 101146 wheel from scratch.

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-- Ad Copy Tip #9:

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