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How To Write Effective Ads For Your Business
By: Stephanie Davies
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    How To Write Effective Ads For Your Business

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    Are the ads you are writing for your business just not getting any results?Are you spending money on advertising, but getting very few hits? This article will show you how to effectively write an advertisement for your business or website to produce more click-throughs and more potential customers.

    The first rule of a good advertisement is to look at it from the reader's perspective. You are very close to your business, and you know all that it has to offer. Someone reading your ad will not necessarily know those things, so you have to step away from the ad and look at it from a reader's point of view.

    Secondly, you need to provide a problem, and a solution for that problem. This can be applied to virtually every business on the planet. Your business can solve someone's problem. What is that problem? If you are selling makeup for example, their problem is that they need and want to look more attractive, younger, and better than they do without makeup on. You are providing a solution to that problem by giving them the right makeup to do so. If you will examine that sentence, you already have a basis for your ad. "Look more attractive! Have younger looking skin and enhance your appearance with our products!" Always search for what their problem is, then start your ad by addressing that problem.

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