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You are running a real estate agency in San Jose, California. You have to write an advertisement for residential apartments available for rent. Draft the advertisement in not more than 50 words. It places an advertisement in a leading daily. Draft the advertisement for them. Draft an advertisement for the same to be published in a local daily giving all relevant details.

You had gone to the market that was very crowded and your 5-year-old son got lost in the crowd. He has been missing since then. Write an advertisement for the newspaper. Draft an advertisement for a national daily to draw people to it. You have found a briefcase while travelling by the New Yorker Express.

Write an advertisement giving the description of the briefcase that may help in finding the owner. Write an appeal inviting suitable donor to offer a kidney to save the life of a young man whose kidneys are badly damaged.

Appeal to be published in a national daily. Corporate or industrial houses use eye-catching and glamorous advertisements for publicity and promotion of their products.

These are displayed at prominent places for the desired effects or printed to target maximum audience. These advertisements are designed for commercial purposes. Since they occupy more space, they are more expensive in terms of advertising costs. They vary in shape and size. Touch on the major benefits your product will bring the consumer. Create desire for your product. Your bridge also serves as a chance to create a strong desire for your product. It's a chance to play with your audience's emotions and make them feel as though your product will fill a need they have.

If this sounds manipulative, it is - but if you're offering a product that will actually be helpful to people, there's no shame in writing copy that tugs on the heartstrings to get people to buy a product that will improve their lives. Nostalgia can be an effective tool to capture people's hearts. For example, We use the finest heirloom peppers to make hot sauce as good as Grandpa's secret recipe. Playing to people's health concerns can also work well: You're doing the hard work - quitting.

Let us help you get your life back. Don't forget to include the name of your company and your product somewhere in your copy. Tell them how to get your product. Finally, write a strong ending that tells your audience exactly what to do next.

Give them an action to take that makes it easy for them to buy your product or get in touch. It's common for ads to include a straightforward directive, like Call for more information. You could also just list your website, and people will know to go there to buy your product. When you're new to writing ads, it can help to break down other ads and figure out where they went wrong.

Find a few bad ads - you'll know they're bad because your first impulse will be to skim right over them - and try to figure out what makes them so ineffective. Is it the headline? Once you've pinpointed what makes the ad bad, think about how you could make it better.

Rewrite the ad to make it more effective. Take a look at effective ads, too, and try to determine what makes them great. Make it sound natural. When you write your own ad, try to make it sound as natural as you can. Write it as though you're saying it to someone else. People are drawn to natural writing - it speaks to them in a way that overly formal, stilted writing just doesn't.

Don't be too stiff - you want your audience to feel accepted and understood. Don't be too friendly, either - you could come off sounding fake. No matter where your ad is published, you should keep it short and sweet. People don't have time to read an ad that requires more than about 30 seconds of their attention - or less.

They're encountering your ad on their way to doing something else, like reading an article or getting off the train or bus they're riding. Your ad should be interesting enough to make a big impression using very few words. Since your ad will be short, make it very specific. Don't use vague language - get to the point right away. Longer sentences are difficult to take in in a short period of time. Play with your copy so that you say what you want to say in as few words as possible.

It's not necessary to use complete sentences, as long as your message gets across clearly. These days, people want to read reviews and testimonials before buying a product. They aren't usually content to try it out until they're reasonably sure that it has worked for other people. Incorporating a testimonial or two into your ad could be a great way to build trust with your audience right off the bat.

Choose a quote from a well-respected customer, if possible. For example, if you're selling a health product, use a quote from a doctor or another health professional.

If you're short on space, you can always put testimonials on your website instead of using them in your ad. If you have the opportunity to use an image or video in your advertisement, think carefully about your ad's composition. Having an image will allow you to use fewer words - you won't necessarily need to describe your product's features or state what it does. Instead, Juxtapose the picture or video with an intriguing headline or tagline and your company's URL.

The image or video you choose is just as important as the copy you write - if not more important. Choose graphics that compel your readers on an emotional level and make them desire your product. Record yourself saying it aloud. Once you have your ad written, record yourself reading it or saying it to someone.

Play it back to yourself. Does it sound conversational?

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