Creating detailed ad images can be a great way to capture a viewer's attention.
eBook marketing strategies are still the primary focus of my daily activities, even though I discontinued the video series. Since that's the case, what better way to start off the week than by creating some awesome book promotional ads. I have a lot of automated tweets set to post, thanks to the IFTTT social media tool, but I haven't figured out how to include images yet. I'm a firm believer in providing textual details, yet keeping things appealing to the eye. That is why I created the following ad images for each of the ebooks that I am currently promoting.
Feel free to check them out, and make sure that you're using attractive, detailed ad images to promote your own ebooks. If you are, don't forget to provide a little purchase information, along with some type of teaser to help viewers want to go and check out the book. Here is what I designed to go with my Smashwords and Amazon book links.
Don't Forget to Anchor
Please feel free to follow one or all of the links above and check out the ebook publications mentioned. If you'll notice, all the above comments contain anchor links, like the type mentioned in a recent ebook marketing strategies blog post that I wrote. When making your own ad images to promote your ebooks, you will want to include your direct book links if possible. If not, another great alternative is to use anchor text along with your ad. If you follow the ebook marketing strategies link provided here, you can learn all about using anchors correctly. This will help you derive additional benefits from your detailed ads.