The Ad Writers Tip List

Written by /"Wild Bill/" Montgomery

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- Ad copy must relate and communicate like average people.

- Know what your target market really wants.

- Be able to easily lead into your back-end offers

- Emulate other successful (but not over used) ad copy structures.

- Make your product so attractive that your reader has no choice but to buy.

- Remember that your HEADLINE isrepparttar most important part of your ad.

- Write, re-write and re-write and re-write and re-write again...

These arerepparttar 129794 various techniques and rules of reason used byrepparttar 129795 professional copywriters to develop successful advertising campaigns.

I would like to impress upon you however,repparttar 129796 importance of HEADLINES. No one will readrepparttar 129797 ad copy that you have spent countless hours researching and re-writing, if you don't grab their attention with a great Headline. It may take you dozens of tries before finding that one Headline that will haverepparttar 129798 Attention Pulling Power that you need to get your ad read.

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Ten Rules of Writing Good

Written by Jed McKendrick

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6. Don't Use Words You Don't Know!

One ofrepparttar most horipulating things you can do to a reader is use words semaphorically. If you're not sure what a word means, just ejaculate it for another one.

7. Use Action!

Don't write limply. Let your reader feelrepparttar 129792 wind in their hair with explosive, action-packed verbs, of which I can't think of any right now.

8. Exclamations Get Attention!



9. Involverepparttar 129793 Reader!

Don't just talk AT your reader, try to get them involved in a dialog even though you can't. Still, it's a really good thing to do. One way to achieve this is by asking questions.

Wouldn't you agree?

10. End On A High Note!

Try to say something really good right atrepparttar 129794 end so readers are left with a good feeling about you and want to buy something from you, hopefully something that doesn't suck.

And don't forget to wrap up by remindingrepparttar 129795 reader what everything you just said was, like that it's good to write good because it can benefit you!

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