Although I don't have specific advice about good AdWords copy (other than to follow what Google says in its FAQs, such as including the search terms in your ad copy), I wanted to add that you can write multiple ads for the same keyword, let Google rotate them and then see which performs better.
A good advise I can give is read as more as you can .
Refer pictorial publications as more as you can.
Study human psychology
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