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Hello readers, for your products to be a successful one you have to market your products. Hmm, advertising your product is a form of marketing. An advert should be have something peculiar about it, like it could be funny or it could tell a story or something, that way you get your audience talking about it. Thus, your products get more exposure. 

However, the advert should not be so interesting to the extent that individuals do not remember the product they were advertising but they remember the advert. I once watched one advert, it was a very funny one, a baby and his father were fighting for the attention of his mother/wife. I know the advert was about shaving. I do not know if it was the shaving stick or the cream they were advertising, but I really can't remember what product it was but I clearly remember the advert as such the advert was not a good one.

Another way adverts get remembered is when you use phrases that sticks. Like "don't cook, just eat", that phrase amused me when I heard it especially the way they send it. I enjoy cooking my food, and I also encourage my readers to do the same cause it is healthier and cost efficient that way. However, it is okay to eat out one to two times a week. Anyway, anytime I feel like eating out and I do not want to step out, just-eat.co.uk is the website I order my food from just because of the phrase. So use catchy phrases to promote your products

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