Jerry Fisher

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Memory Lane

Ads infused with nostalgia drive customers your way.
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Slogan's Heroes

Create a tag line that stands out from the competition.
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Borrowing Brilliance

A "swipe file" helps you generate good ideas.
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Seal the Deal

What can you say to make prospects say yes?
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Ain't It Clever?

Spark your marketing genius by reading about what other innovative entrepreneurs are up to.
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Keep It Simple

The most effective ad copywriting gets right to the point.
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Bright Ideas

Spark your marketing genius by reading what other innovative entrepreneurs are up to.
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Lay it on the Line

If you want your e-mail to get opened, craft a compelling subject line.
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First Impressions

An intriguing introduction keeps potential customers from skipping your ad.
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Spread the Word

Get customers talking, and they'll do your advertising for you.
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Duck Season

What the AFLAC duck can teach you about getting your message into the minds of prospects
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Twin Picks

Dare your audience to compare, and your product is sure to get a lot of attention. Here's how to pull off a great side-by-side comparison ad.
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Take the Plunge

Contrary to popular belief, you use "bad news" to create a successful advertisement. Find out how it's done.
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Funny Business

No ifs, ands or buts: playful visuals, paired with copy promoting your selling points, add up to a standout advertisement.
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Required Reading

Who says you can't judge a book by its cover? Book jackets can make or break sales--so why not use them to inspire your advertising efforts?
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Size Matters

Does your product jam a lot of benefits into a small package? Here's how to sell it.
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In a Nutshell

Something as unexpected as a talking almond could be just what you need to catch the reader's eye.
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Give a Little

Make your prospects an offer they can't refuse--a little something for nothing.
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Double Play

Combining print with streaming video could be the hook you need to make your online ads more effective.
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Quick Study

When you need to capture your prospects' attention in the blink of an eye, remember: less is more.
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Against the Tide

To grab attention in a crowded marketplace, try breaking away from the pack with an understated ad.
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Getting Physical

An ad inviting prospects to interact with the publication in which it appears can really grab attention.
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Claim to Fame

Is your product or service claim as provocative as it could be? Find out how to make yours unforgettable.
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Measuring Up

Side-by-side comparison ads can persuade prospects to buy in the blink of an eye.
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Pack a Punch

Serving up "bursts" of copy with your ads can attract impatient, time-starved readers.
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In Your Face

Cross your fingers, hold your breath . . . and put out ads with no holds barred.
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Just Teasing

Refusing to give your prospects the whole story at once is a surefire way to pique their curiosity.
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A Hard Sell

How can you convince your tradition-bound prospects to make the switch to e-commerce?
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Head Long

Is it too much of a stretch to get your prospect to read a headline the length of your arm?
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Talking Heads

Your prospects may be all grown-up, but comic-book-style word balloons still make them stop and stare.

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