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Take the guesswork out of online advertising

Published on 12/18/2013
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Is advertising the ultimate means to inform and help us in our everyday decision-making or is it just an excessively powerful form of mass deception used by companies to persuade their prospects and customers to buy products and services they do not need? Consumers in the global village are exposed to increasing number of advertisement messages and spending for advertisements is increasing accordingly.

Advertisements are all around us. Whether we're watching television, driving down the freeway, flipping through a magazine, or listening to the radio, we are bombarded on every side by messages trying to get us to buy a product or service. And although there have been countless debates over whether or not advertising is effective and whether it really does influence people to purchase products, the fact is many companies will spend billions of dollars on a single advertisement in the hopes that it will increase their profits.
Good advertisements have the power to make people stop and take notice. You have to have been living under a rock not to notice the success of Geico's caveman series or the iPod's silhouette series of commercials and advertisements. And as a result of those advertisements, sales went up significantly for those two companies.
Advertising creates awareness of the product and can convey messages, attitudes, and emotions to entice and intrigue audiences. At least those are the desired effects of an advertisement. Needless to say, some advertisements fail miserably in their purpose.
Take the guesswork out of online advertising 
Online advertising is not a function of elaborate guesswork and a myriad of hits and misses. Like the traditional offline version, online advertising must also follow some basic rules. Know what you want your advertising to do, where to get it and what to do with it once you have it. Here are some guidelines to get you started.
Successful advertisements are usually those that either make you laugh, cry, sad, shocked or surprised. There must be an emotion attached to the advertisement. Don't be surprised but even small advertisements with enough emotion attached to it can elicit a reaction. I repeat, it doesn't have to be a full-page color ad. Just something big enough or strategically placed is good enough.

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