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Multiply your Print Advertising Results, Quickly and Easily, without Spending Another Dime! Part 9

Toby-Milroy

Part 9: The Anatomy of an Ad: Body Copy, Part 5 Strategy #2: Problem-Agitate-Solve, Part 2 Last month, I presented the “Problem” statement, and I began “Agitating” readers. Agitate, continued: You have a HUGE advantage in the marketplace because your “solution” solves a problem that people WANT TO SOLVE! Your “product” literally changes people’s lives ...

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Multiply your Print Advertising Results, Quickly and Easily, without Spending Another Dime!

Toby-Milroy

Part 8: The Anatomy of an Ad: Body Copy, Part 4 In last month’s column, I presented the acronym, A-I-D-A, or Attention-Interest-Desire-Action, as one of several direct-marketing copy formulas or strategies. A second copy formula is P-A-S, or Problem-Agitate-Solve. Billy Mays, who recently died, had become the most successful short-form, direct-response television personality in history, ...

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How to Multiply the Results of ANY Type of Print Advertising, Quickly and Easily, without Spending Another Dime!

Toby-Milroy

Part 1: The “Mindset” of the Marketer In my next series of columns, we’ll explore the fundamentals of HIGHLY-EFFECTIVE marketing and advertising. Your goal is advertising pieces that ACHIEVE RESULTS and generate business for you and your school. The FIRST step to create more effective marketing pieces is to challenge your perceptions of marketing and ...

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Multiply your Print Advertising Results, Quickly and Easily, without Spending Another Dime!

Toby-Milroy

Part 10: The Anatomy of an Ad: Body Copy, Part 6 Unique Selling Proposition (USP) Although you should replicate PROVEN successful marketing pieces and strategies, it’s also extremely important to separate your message from your “competition” and other marketing clutter in the marketplace. In recent columns, I presented the concept of “agitating” the problem and ...

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Locking a Steel Cage Around Your Student Body…the Keys to Ironclad Student Retention, Part 7

Toby-Milroy

As a quick re-cap:The essential keys to “lock the back door” for long-term student retention are: 1. Over-delivering on the expectations of customer at every turn. 2. Clearly communicating the benefits of ongoing training at your school, not only to the student, but also the entire family unit. 3. Creating a positive community in your ...

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