John Carlton’s Best Ads: Short, Old-As-Dirt “Nice Guy” Finishes First
Let’s count the ”tricks” I pulled out of my bag for this ad:
- A take-away superscript. (Gone in 11 days.) Instant urgency.
- Long headline.
- A compelling “not what you expected” type of headline. This is self-defense …and yet we’re talking about old short guys in the same breath as protecting celebrities.
- Celebrity names. Used truthfully.
- The term “protecting their ass”. Startling, powerful, very visual. No question about what we’re talking about here.
- The promise of a guarantee. Lots of ads “say” they guarantee this or that… but in my ads, whenever I say I’ll guarantee something… I quickly back it up with a real meaty guarantee with some teeth.
- Rush delivery.
By the time you get to the middle of page one, if you’re interested in this “kind” of material… dude, you’re hooked.
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