7 Direct Marketing Tips

1. Make your banner ad words as attractive as possible. Use words like ultimate, powerful, sizzling, hot, etc. Your words should relate to and highlight your total offer. You could also use specific words. For example, you could say, "Click Here To Increase Your Traffic By 120%!"

2. Give a discount offer on your banner ad. People are always looking for good deals. You could offer a percentage discount, dollar discount, buy-one-get-one-free discount, etc. For example, you could say, "Get 50% Off Our New Viral Marketing E-book! Click Here Now!"

3. Use a testimonial on your banner ad. This will give people proof they aren't wasting their time clicking on your banner ad. The testimonial should include enough information so they understand the offer. You could also make them click the banner to read the testimonial. For example, "See What (famous person's name) Had To Say About Our Marketing E-book!"

4. You could offer your potential customers a monthly payment plan. Tell them they can pay for your product or service with easy monthly payments. For example, you could say, "You Can Own Our Product With 3 Easy Payments Of ($)!" Another idea would be to eliminate one of those payments later on in your ad copy.

5. Use a strong guarantee on your banner ad. You could include the guarantee as a headline for your offer. It could read double or triple your money-back guarantee, your lifetime money-back guarantee, etc. For example, it could say, "Keep Our Accounting E-book Even If You Ask For A Refund!"

6. Tell people to click on your banner ad. Newbies to the Internet may not even know they can click on banners. Just having the phrase "Click here" on your banner will increase your click-throughs. You could also make it a stronger command or order like "Click Here Now! or Click Here Before It's Too Late!"

7. You could advertise a trial or sample offer. This will tell people there is no risk or obligation if they click on your banner ad and try out your product or service. For example, you could say, "FREE Sample Chapter Of The E-book!" Another example, "Free Trial Membership To!"

Posted in Business Service Post Date 01/15/2016






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