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How to be a Marketer

Marketing started off as an idea. Where several people would get together and contribute on their project. Several guys would stand around and guess at one another on what they should do. One should ask themselves, do I know about this? Do I know about the idea we are working on a project on? One should then prepare themselves for long thought concentration. You should clear yourself of all cognitive distractions. Then be prepared for hard work, and mental concentration. You should start with the things you recognize most. How to write a newspaper classified. Does the Ad fit your audience? How large or small should it be? What will the customer percieve when they read it? Will it make them excited, or happy, and ready to buy? Does the Ad stand out? Is the Ad like all the other Ad's? Is the Ad colorful, dark, or bright? Is the title in all capitals, or bold text? The next thing is how the customer will percieve the Advertisement. The next thing is how large, or small the text should be. The next thing is the spacing, or arrangement of the Ad. You want your Ad to be attractive, and get the customers attention. It should describe the product, and tell the customer where to get more information, and buy the product. Your advertisement should be warm and caring. It should open up a whole new world of interest to the customer, and get them more interested in your product. It should be an exciting experience to the customer, and get them more interested in your product. It should be an exciting experience to the customer, and also educational. The price of your product should also be reasonable. You want to captivate your audience, and make the buy educational. Once the audience is interested in your product, the next thing is to get them talking about it. Finally, referring your product to friends as a quality standard, and also you as a quality manufacturer.

By: John D. Hoover Jr
Chief Executive Officer
Zerria Advertising, Inc.
https://www.zerriaadvertisingco.com