Advertisements are everywhere- on our phones, in our web browsers, along the roads, on television… heck, ads are even laced into the supposedly genuine tweets of some of our favorite celebrities!
What's more, thanks to great tools like Google AdWords, it is easier for folks like you and me to create advertisements of our own.
There is SO MUCH to write about here, so for this week's Weekly Topic Inspiration challenge, I encourage you to share your analysis of modern advertising, or to provide tips on creating savvy, smart, and sensible ads of one's own.
Want some search-friendly titles to get you started? Here ya go!
Smart Advertising Campaign Ideas
Small Business Advertising Disasters
Marketing Strategies for First-Time Advertisers
Direct Marketing 101
Web Marketing for Small Businesses
Web Marketing for Beginners
When to Use an Advertising Agency
Five Smart B2B Marketing Strategies
How to Make the Most of Mobile Advertising
Advertising Techniques for the Modern Age
Outdoor Advertising vs. Internet Advertising
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What an outstanding topic idea! By the time we are all done contributing here, we could have the best resource on the net! My project for the week is to learn all-things-advertising. Hopefully I will come up with a worthy hub in the process.
http://honeybb.hubpages.com/_q8al0dnzh5 … osoft-Word
Here's mine. I hope it gives writer's ideas on how they might go about getting more people to check out their articles.
http://stayawakenow.hubpages.com/hub/Ad … g-an-event
This is my freshly written hub about advertising an event.
I hope you people like it.
Well, 1198 words written so far for me. Taking a break from it today.
Here is my masterpiece...
"The Top Ten Number One Rules for Advertising on the Internet "
http://paradigmsearch.hubpages.com/hub/ … e-Internet
Btw, I am looking to add some links to other hubs. The usual two criterias apply.
1. The hub must directly relate to one of the categories aka "Rules".
2. The hub must be awesome.
And another btw...
I just finished re-reading the latest blog entry.
http://blog.hubpages.com/2013/01/weekly … icipation/
I thought I'd submit the following "Q&A".
Q: How could one increase Weekly-Topic-Inspiration participation?
A: $28 first place. $21 second place. $14 third place $7 fourth place.
Come to think of it, I remember a Simone post awhile back along the lines of, "...the same people would win every week, that is why we also include random draws...", or something to that effect. So...
The above prize pool is $70. I'd be perfectly happy with a second alternative of ten random $7 winners a week. Just a thought.
How to Write Effective Advertising Copy....
because I'm a writer and I'm advertising.
Contains tips on psychology, writing and layout, plus a poll.
I hope this is the right place to post. I only see four other entries here.
Why are there not more articles here? Bunch of slackers...
I'm not an advertising pro...besides, I like being a slacker sometimes!
Actually, I'm thinking of starting a slackers club...
Great idea, but it would never work-all the slacker members would be lax in attending, ha ha. I was once contemplating writing a book, "the slackers guide to life" and on research discovered that a couple of other slackers revved up their motivation and beat me to it!
I worked up the energy. Slackers club has been started.
Big thanks to everyone who participated in this theme (especially paradigmsearch- DAAAAANG SON!).
Our new theme is super super fun: CANCER!!!
I hope you'll join in. I'm sure we can all agree that cancer is a pretty important issue to discuss.
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