Make it simple. Make it memorable. Make it inviting to look at. Make it fun to read.

How to Make Your Solo Ads Sell

Make it simple. Make it memorable. Make it inviting to look at. Make it fun to read.

OK, you want to know how solo ads sell. This is it, short and sweet.

Writing your solo ads, not rocket science… at all.

This article itself is a visual example of what good solo ads look like. It’s a little longer than most solo ads are but hey, it’s an illustration of one.

Bullet point your solo ads just like you see here.

Solo ads are all about skim reading. People cruise through them at warp speed so make a bullet point and back it up really quick.

Your solo ads titles, easy as 1-2-3

Solo ads with great titles will sell your product. Just look at the headings here in bold text. They’re basically section titles. You’re still reading so it’s working. That’s what you want your solo ads to make people do, read them! Then you’ll sell big time.

Say it. Don’t hold back, say it!

Hey guess what? You can put your web site address in your solo ads more than once. Why not increase your chances of people visiting your site and opting in?

Call me to action baby!

When your solo ads have strong “calls to action” or combinations of persuasive words, that’s what gets people to your web site. It’s a good idea to put a call to action just before your web site address each time you include it in your solo ad.

Domain names, a slick solo ad selling trick.

Domain names can be cool things to persuade your readers with. For example, you can buy a domain name that’s part of the title in your solo ad, ties into the text, your product and makes your ad look snappy. You can buy a domain name for each ad really cheep. It’s worth the 3-10 bucks because usually the more domain names you buy at once the less they cost.

Getting cheap solo ads and chopping down ad prices.

You can find really cool ezine publishers who actually give you an office phone to call them, who answer it! They often offer you cut prices on your solo ads because you’re probably going to be a repeat customer.

A warning about solo ads and SPAM.

Use a spam checker before you ever submit your solo ads or they may never see the light of day. In other words, get delivered. There are plenty of good quality free SPAM checkers. This is a friendly suggestion. Find, download and use one to analyze your ads before you submit them.

You can get people on the way out the door.

Put a P.S. message in your solo ads to keep your readers interest down to the last sentence. In fact you can use a P.S. more that once. Studies show the second P.S. gets the best response. So make that one a strong call to action.

Ok, this is the big secret.

This is how you seal the deal, get leads and make sales. Make your own web site that ties into the title, domain name and text in your solo ads. The more your solo ad content and web site relate, the more leads your ads will generate, the more sales you’ll make.

That’s it. That’s the game. I hope this helps you.

About the Author: Guy Vincent Harvey specializes in Teaching Lead Generation, Web Site Design, and Powerful Ad Copy Writing for Home Business Owners. Guy is known for his casual straightforward manner and humorous outlook on life.

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