1) Write to confuse
Picky eating is a common feeding difficulty among children and may lead to a risk for nutrient deficiencies.
P.S. Picky eating is a common problem among children and can results in nutrient deficiencies.
2) Write about the same thing differently so you can fill up the space and make your ad looks nicer
- Refusing food especially meat, fruits and vegetables
- Pushing, hiding or throwing food during meals
- Demanding the same food for all meals
- Preferring sweets and fatty foods
- Accepting only a few types of food
Aren't they all talking about the same thing?
3) Engage a celebrity spokesperson that a first time reader has no idea why she is the spokesperson in the first place.
- Who is she?
- Why her?
- Is she married?
- Does she has children?
- Does her children have the same problems?
- Did she feed her children with the product advertised?
- What she says?
- Does what she say add value to your product?
What can you make out of this logo apart from its abbreviation, if you happen to know what it stands for?
P.S. MCCY stands for Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth.
Cos your food will only be delivered 60 minutes later.. ok, maybe less than 60 minutes..
Please outsource to us so we can outsource to others.
- Payroll outsourcing
- Benefits outsourcing
- HR outsourcing
Take a look at the sentence below the headline.
"Make these holidays your happiest with exclusive savings this festive season."
Anyone knows what is it trying to say?
Actually, it should be "It is all about you" all the times.
But there's nothing wrong with this headline. If you read the second paragraph, they are talking about "WE."
So sometimes it's all about you, BUT not this time.
For business owners who are facing challenges and struggling to keep your labor costs low and in check..
Now you can hire the right candidate at $3.30/day.
What a bargain.
This advertisement asked a VERY POWERFUL question...
And which they did not answer at all, or at least not POWERFUL enough.
One - We are all creatures of habits.
Two - Attention to details.
Three - Think of your customers' welfare.
P.S. Was just wondering if this is a regulatory requirement OR the company's fear of being sued if an accident happens, given SMRT past records.