10 Ways to Write More Effective Ads [NOOK Book]


10 Ways to Write More Effective Ads

Do Your Ads Suck More Than A Kid On a Fast Food Milk Shake Straw? Writing ads isn’t as easy as it looks, and writing ads that work to increase your sales and profits is a skill every marketer needs to learn, online or offline.
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10 Ways to Write More Effective Ads

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10 Ways to Write More Effective Ads

Do Your Ads Suck More Than A Kid On a Fast Food Milk Shake Straw? Writing ads isn’t as easy as it looks, and writing ads that work to increase your sales and profits is a skill every marketer needs to learn, online or offline.
Read More Show Less

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  • BN ID: 2940016663951
  • Publisher: super ebooks
  • Publication date: 4/15/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 27
  • Sales rank: 1,311,635
  • File size: 219 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2013

    The Way I Write- Roleplay

    Good old roleplay, aka rp. This just might be my favorite thing to do on a nook. The reasoning being that my irp is my irl.<br>My in roleplay is my in real life.<br>My life is roleplaying.<p>That might sound weird but it is true. The fact that I can do so many things irp that I can not do irl is astounding. I have a life here that I would necer be able to have in the realworld. <br>Like most, but certainly not all, I got my rp start in the Warriors clans. Having pervious experince with a simular way of chatting I already had a love for it. To this day I csn still remeber my first clan, RavenClan, though it has long since died out. Soon it will be two year since my clans demise, which I will always partly blame my self for. <br>I moved on to other clans that have died out before coming to find the last clan I had, Horseclsn. I can still remember a lot about it, our leafer was Lilystar who was impostered a time our to, her mate Goldenstripe who was blinded by a badger, other warrors and apperentcies. I was happy there and never wanted to leave.<br>At the same time I had a minor role in what is probably the most famous human rp, SL.<p>But then tradgedy struck and I had to forefit my nook.<br>I was devestaed because if you can remember my irp is my irl. Time passed and I grived for my cat character whos name I think of as my own. <p>None to soon I was able to make a return. I figured my clan had died out, which I found out later that Horseclan still lives to this day, and so I made the dession to rp humans because without my former character I had no will to rp cats anymore.<p>In human rps is where I thrive now. SL has stilled lived on though it has gone from paradise to heII. My character, I do not wish to name her at the moment, is semipopular with a few people. Graunted Im not like one of the Ledgends but more of a Reguler. She has a great life, one that I will never have irl, and that is pretty much perfect for me. I have a wonderful husband, great friends and even one of my rl cousins. <p>I think its safe to say I love Rp.<br>I dont much more time to write but I think I pick up this topic again sometime. I have a ton more to say.<p> .:!l Rina l!:.<p>&hearts

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