What is the worst ads to you? Well, there are so many you can be surprised by how many of them there are out there!
Well that is not what I meant though! That’s actually very common to hear. But really I’m looking for some other questions that come up in the process of picking out the best ads. Why do some ads make you laugh and others make you sad?
Now you can find funny ads and sad ads. You can even find ads that get your heart racing! They are there! You just have to know where to look.
Advertisers have no qualms about creating a commercial that makes you smile. A commercial that make you think. A commercial that makes you squirm!
Why spend your time, money and effort when it will all come crashing down? Why let someone else make that horrible mistake of sending you an ad that makes you sick? You need the experience to get a real feel for it.
So, what is the best way to tell if an ad is funny or not? It is very simple.
It’s so easy to tell the difference between funny and not funny ads. Look at the headlines. Check out the subheadlines. The headline should fit the message. If the ad does not get your attention immediately, it will not work for you!
Now that you know the best way to determine the funniest ads, let’s get to the point of this article. Lets talk about those ads that don’t get the attention they deserve. Those are the ones that you need to watch out for.
Let’s take a look at the title. How did the advertiser want you to know about the ad? Were they trying to sell you something? Did they want you to buy something from them? Did they want you to sign up for something?
If the title was about something completely different, it would be harder to spot. Did the headline come across as forced? Was it something like, “Hey! You know who you are, right?”
If the title was something like, “you might have heard about us, you may not! Join us and you will never need to pay for anything again!” Would you buy it? Definitely not.
The best way to catch these signs is to take a few minutes to take a closer look at the title and the rest of the copy. Pay close attention to what the advertiser wants you to know about their product and how they are going to convince you to buy it.