The headline of an advertisement is perhaps the most important component for it is this that either draws the attention of your reader or repels it.
Before you begin writing your headline, have a look at other advertisements in the media you are planning to advertise in. You don't want yours to be proclaiming the same as your competitors, and you may find a unique selling point you can press that your competitors don't have.
The following do's and don'ts are rules-of-thumb to deploy when writing advertising headlines. There is no black and white to it as such, but tests have revealed what works best.
We hope you will find this useful in planning your ad campaign. For more tips see the links at the bottom of this page.
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Copywright Datsmart Ltd. 2005