Writing Awesome Ads
By Kay Green,
Spend some time writing some ads for your business, telling what you offer to solve your customers problem. Speak to the customer about them not about you.
Attention grabbing headline.
Interest creating statement,
desire for your product or service and a
Demand for ACTION NOW
(thanks Nancy of http://byourshoestrings.com for this)
The open an email window
write a 10 word ad - and put "10 word sales ad in subject line" -then press save-it goes to your draft folder available anytime you need it
Now do this for:
- 10 word sales ad
- 10 word recruit ad
- 25 word sales ad
- 25 word recruit ad
- 40 word sales ad
- 40 word recruit ad
- 75 word sales & recruit ad (combo ad)
- 100 word sales & recruit ad (combo ad)
write some for different target audiences. Now you have several ads to choose from when you need them.
I did the same thing with my list of key words for my web site - saved them in my drafts folder. I also create form letters I need for info requests from my web site. What other items can you write in advance to help you later?
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Articles written by Kay Green, Child Safety Expert, and Christian mom to Melissa 30 (married to Matthew), Jordan 27 (married to Katie), Allison 25, Haley 12. Kay and Russell, her husband of 33 years live in rural Oregon.
Kay's first granddaughter Madison
Kay was born December 2006. Twin grandsons Micah & Mason
May 2009. Granddaughter Emma Kate was born in September 2010.
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