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Follow these steps:
*Write your ad in complete sentences, then cut out non- essential words. Use action words and short phrases.
*Write several versions of your classified ad then pick best ones.
*Test your ads. Run a few of them on free sites first to see which ones get a response. Be sure to include a code in ad info so you will know which ad produced response.
*Once you find an ad that works well, keep using it. Just because you're bored with it doesn't mean audience is. They don't see it nearly as often as you do.
3.Promote Your Web Site With Direct Mail
With today's e-everything mentality, it is easy to forget old, tried and true ways of doing business, but don't yield to temptation. There are an increasing number of Internet businesses that are returning to traditional advertising methods and seeing some great results.
One of these great older methods is classic sales letter sent through mail. It's a time-tested technique that brings business.
You can mail your web site announcement, new product release, or price specials to as many people as you want, and you'll never be accused of spamming.
Check catalog of mailing lists available from http://www.SRDS.com/. It's a standard in Direct Mail industry. Look for fresh lists which are tightly targeted to your market.
So don't get discouraged by expensive advertising campaigns. As you can see, there are many cheap and effective ways to promote your site. So get out there and get some business.
Kevin Nunley provides marketing advice, copywriting, and promotional packages. See all his tips to help your business or career at http://DrNunley.com Reach Kevin at email@example.com, or 801-328-9006.