Written by Bob Leduc

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1. Staterepparttar biggest benefit offered by your product or service. 2. Include a compelling reason for readers to request more information NOW. 3. Provide a quick and easy way to respond.

Keep your message brief. Most short ads I develop produce more replies than longer versions ofrepparttar 101209 same ad. For example, one ofrepparttar 101210 most responsive ads I ever developed has only 14 words. The version used onrepparttar 101211 Internet read:

Discover How To Build ANY Small Business FAST! Offer ends soon. Free information.

The off-line version of this ad also included a phone number and postal address so prospects had 3 ways to request more information. I used it for classified ads in magazines and printed it on postcards and mailed them to targeted lists. Every version ofrepparttar 101212 ad produced a large number of replies.

Many prospects responded out of curiosity. That was OK. I knew they were part of my targeted market and had a compelling need for what I was offering. I controlled that by circulatingrepparttar 101213 ad where it would be seen only by prospects in my targeted market.

Follow this modelrepparttar 101214 next time you develop a lead generating ad or message. Place your ad where lots of prospects in your targeted market will see it. The number of leads it generates from seriously interested prospects will surprise you.

Bob Leduc retired from a 30 year career of recruiting sales personnel and developing sales leads. For more information... Phone: (702) 658-1707 (After 10 AM Pacific time) Or write: Bob Leduc, PO Box 33628, Las Vegas, NV 89133

Are You Maximizing Your Pay-Per-Click Returns?

Written by Chee Wee

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Searchrepparttar keywords which you have bid for and check for bid gaps between you and your competitors' bids. This should take you less than 30 minutes a week butrepparttar 101208 savings will be substantial.

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