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November 8, 2006

How to write a Successful Classified Ad?

Filed under: Latest Updates — Ketan @ 9:36 pm

Many people have tried using classified ads but without success. The main reason behind this is that they do not put effort to write a proper ad. This article will explain how to write a successful classified ad.

The following are the tips for writing a classified ad that sells:

  • Make the ad title more attractive.
  • Add a detailed description about the item you are selling like model number, make, new or used, how long your had it, etc.
  • A picture is worth million words, so add photos. You can add upto 4 photos absolutely free on our site.
  • Do not just rush to post your ad. Take time to format your ad properly in proper paragraphs. A properly formatted ad has better chances of receiving responses.
  • Do not use all Capital letters as some people may find it offending or difficult to read. If possible, please try using Proper Case.
  • Price Right! The users of eClassifieds4u are looking for a deal. If your item is priced right,it will be sold quickly. Ask yourself a question, will I buy this item at the price I am offering from someone else? If no, then you have over-priced your item.
  • Mention the price clearly. Also state whether the price is fixed or you are willing to take the best offer. This helps in getting better ad responses.
  • What’s the best part of your offer? Identify and write about the most beneficial feature of the product or service you are advertising.
  • Tell your friends and family about eClassifieds4U. As more people know about eClassifieds4U, more people will look at your ads. For you, this means that your item will be sold quickly and at right price. So help us in spreading the word.

If you have any more suggestions, please feel free to add a comment and I will update the list with your name as contributor.

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