How To Write Ads That Pull-In The Money - On the last...
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4. On the last line of the ad use a strong call to action.
This formula is taught in business colleges as the AIDA method of ad writing. To sum up the parts of the AIDA formula, you first you get the prospect's Attention with a good headline, then develop their Interest in the product, next you give them a reason to Desire the product and then ask them to take a specific Action that leads to the sale.
With practice you can write advertisements that lead to a very high response rate. This will help stretch your advertising budget and increase your ROI. With this simple system in your hands you can now create ads that will bring you the most business for the least cost.
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