Ever look at other ads and say to yourself, “that’s great, wish I could make a ad that good”. Well here’s how you can do it, save those ads into a file. Break down how the ads are delivered and the writing in them. Anytime you feel stuck writing your own ad, use the ad copy from your swipe file to create your own. Understand that you don’t copy anything word for word but you use their copy to stimulate what you place in your own ad. See the video below:
The number one approach when creating your ads is to ask a question and then provide the answer. Your question should speak to a common pain, failure or struggle within your niche/market. Follow this simple formula with your ads:
This is just an example and you can and should substitute the wording to fit your own marketing (such as changing “How To Get” for “Do You Want”).
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What’s the top tip in Best Online Advertising Tips? Be the solution your niche is looking for. You have struggled with certain parts of your business, income, delivery,and or audience building among others. Having struggles is something shared in your market and others will be attracted to your solutions. Not necessarily how cool your Company/Offer is. This is one of the biggest things new marketers overlook so forgive me for spelling it out:
What’s a great ad with poor targeting? Expensive! Heck you can still make a few sales when you target the most common keywords with your ads but not the numbers you could get by drilling down. The most popular keywords/phrases are also the most expensive. Take a moment right now and think about your niche:
Take you answers and try to have at least 5 examples for each one, then start searching online. This is drilling down into your marketing and often you can find the gems by doing this. I would like you to look at it this way:
Let’s say in this example your niche is health & fitness, workout fanatics are the obvious marketing choice. Now after drilling down, you find some testimony from your Company (or you, could even be from your online peers). The testimony reveals that some people were able to alleviate back pain from losing weight and getting physically fit. Now it makes sense that you would target “back pain” sufferers too, was back pain among the obvious keyword targets? No, you only arrive at this conclusion from drilling down but don’t forget to test how it works. Marketing is not about “going all in” until after you already establish something working well to justify scaling up.
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Until The Next Time, Your Friend Glenn
Glenn lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado and has been marketing for 4 years. My biggest goal is to help other marketers end their struggles with my Coaching. Often new marketers don't get the clarity they need and that's what I provide.