This report will reveal a classic formula for writing rivet pulling classified ads that will skyrocket your sales.It assumes you have a basic understanding of where and how classified ads should be used for best results.But just in case, here are two hard and fast No-No’s that many people ignore every day:1-Never use Classified ads to sell things for money!There simply is not enough space in which to justify the cost, no matter how minimal.2-Classified ads should not be about you, your company or your product!Apple Widget, the finest widget made. Trustworthy and Honest American Craftsmanship. Order yours today!WRONG!The ad should tell prospects what your product will do for THEM!For maximum results, Classified Ads should be placed in publications that target your particular market; fishermen, gardeners, golfers, web marketers etc. It makes no sense to try to sell bird food to alligator keepers.Classified Ads should be used to easily let people identify themselves as someone who probably has the need for the product/solution you are offering.The more emotionally powerful the problem being addressed, the greater the response to your ad.By responding to your ad, they are letting you know they are interested and will hopefully give you their permission to… Read full this story
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