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1. Create An Impressive Title.
Your Title can make or break you. Stress Your Benefits and use Action Words. Benefits will sell your product or service. Will it save them money? Save them time? Make their life easier? Can it fulfill their dreams? Make them happy? Bring Satisfaction?
Forget about describing your product or service. Instead, stress what your product or service will do for your prospects.
Stress those BENEFITS!
Use Action Words to capture their attention and entice them to respond immediately to your ad. Offer something free in your ad copy. It'll often tip balance between a response and no response.
For a FREE list of Action Words to make use of in your Solo Ad copy, send a blank message at: mailto:email@example.com
2. Keep It Short.
Do NOT try to sell anything from your Solo Ad copy except enticement.
Entice your potential customers to request more detailed information or to visit your web site.
The shorter your ad copy, more likely it will get read and responded. Use a maximum of 5 lines of text.
3. ALWAYS Include An Email Contact.
My experience is that your ad response rate will increase by as much as 50% if you simply include an email contact address in your ad copy.
Also include your URL in ad copy but adding your email address gives those responding to your ad option of using what works best for them.
Besides, you can not follow-up with visitors to your web site but you can with those that request your information by email.
Make use of a good Auto-Responder service to deliver your sales message - instantly. For a FREE list of services send: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow these few tips and your Solo Will bring you successful results and excellent response rates. All that means more sales.
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