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How To Easily Write The Most Effective Classified Advertisements For Your Business
By: Gregg Hall
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    2007-04-22

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  • How To Easily Write The Most Effective Classified Advertisements For Your Business
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    Everyone's seen these ads a million times and it's become easy to gloss over them and not pay that much attention to them. Instead write something engaging like, "Tired of Working for the Man?"

    When writing anything, whether it's a classified ad, press release, brochure, or a novel for that matter, you always need to consider your audience. Who are your potential customers and clients? A product or service geared towards teens is going to demand a classified ad which is much different than an ad directed at older retired people.

    Are you targeting people who know little about what you're selling, or are you looking for people who already know what you're talking about? This is important because you don't want to provide too little information, and you don't want to waste valuable space with unnecessary information. Knowing your audience will allow you to determine what information is necessary and what isn't.

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