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Recipe Ingredient #10 To Make A Bad Radio Or Television Commercial: Asking A Dumb Question

A common misconception among copywriters is: “Don’t start off a commercial with a question. If the listener/viewer answers ‘no’, you’ve lost them“.   I agree with that to a point. But there’s one very important word missing from the first … Continue reading

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Recipe Ingredient #9 To Make A Bad Radio Or Television Commercial: Script By Committee

What happens when too many people¬†offer opinions into a script? (note: This is most common with commercials in the medical field.) MYTH All decision-making employees should have an opinion on what the commercial should “say”…which leads to… Trying to cram … Continue reading

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If “The Customer” Is “Always Right”, Why Do Most Commercial Advertisements Ignore Them?

“Rule Number One: The Customer Is Always Right. Rule Number Two: If The Customer Is Wrong, See Rule #1”. That sign is a staple of virtually every small business in the U. S. A. Recall how many times have you’ve … Continue reading

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