How to make your online advertising work, and how to sell it
You’ve probably seen ads on your phone or computer.
But how do they work?
They’re not very good at explaining the rules of the game, but you should know how to write a catchy one.
Here are six tips for making them work for you.
Make it clear that you are selling something, not just an ad, to get a purchase.
It should be clear to you that you’re offering to buy the product or service in question.
If it’s just a Google ad, you should be asking for an amount.
If you’re asking for a percentage, ask for the number of clicks that will result.
If the price is high, ask what you want for the clicks, not the percentage.
Use the right format for your ad.
Make sure that it’s clear and straightforward: it should tell you what the ad is for, how much it’s for, and who is buying it. 3.
Look for keywords that match your product and your brand, and don’t forget to use them to get your ad on the right pages.
Check your ads regularly.
This is easy to do, but don’t wait too long to do it.
The more time you spend looking for a sale, the better your chances of getting one.
Find out if your competitors have any similar ads.
You may be able to get an advantage by looking at other ads that use similar keywords.
Try your best to find other advertisers who also have similar keywords, but if you’re not getting any, there may be a problem.
Make a plan.
If your ads are doing well, it might be time to do a deeper dive.
Ask your sales team to share a copy of their ads and the content of their offers with you.
They should also give you a plan to go with them on how to best get your ads to the right people.