eCommerce Solutions

Written by Paul Sanford

Copyright 2005 Paul Sanford

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10 Tips For Writing A Profit Producing Ad

Written by Anton Cheranev

1. You can get ad copy ideas by studying similar product's advertising material. Collect their sales letters, classified ads, web ads, e-mail ads, etc.

2. Know exactly what you want your ad copy to accomplish. It could be to qualify prospects, make sales, generate leads, attract web traffic, etc.

3. Make a complete list of your product's benefits and features. Begin your ad withrepparttar most important benefit either in your headline or first sentence.

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6. Use graphics, pictures and drawings of people actually using your product to solve their problem. Include a picture that also showsrepparttar 139656 results.

7. Make a list of your target audience. Write down what reasons would attract them to purchase your product. Include those reasons in your ad copy.

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