We need an advertisement for a print publication. The ad is featuring a product that requires a bit of explanation, so it is heavy on text. We would like it bright and eye-catching, according the color scheme of our logo. (attached)
2.125” x 9.35” (Tall and narrow...for the right-hand side of the magazine page.)
Conquer the Chaos of Homework
Please include all of the following text, in this order:
Is homework a fight every night?
Are you tired of his homework becoming your homework?
Do her distractions drive you insane?
Do you want to pull your hair out over forgotten assignments and lost papers?
Does it feel like homework is "poisoning" relationships in you family?
Does he often forget about tests...and show up unprepared?
Are you afraid to open her report card?
Has a teacher said he is just "not working to his potential?"
Or, that she needs to "try harder?"
...And you have no idea how to motivate your child?
I've been there! I've battled homework as a struggling student, the mom of ADHD children, and a study skills teacher for nearly 20 years. But, I've conquered those battles with a streamlined set of very simple, extraordinarily basic strategies. These strategies work because they are closely aligned to the circuits of an ADHD brain.
My School Success Scorecard quickly identifies your child's greatest challenges and shows you how to flip them into successes...immediately and easily! Download your own, FREE Scorecard to see how it works at: StudySkills.com/additude.
See my article in this issue, New Ways for ADDers to Learn.
*Other text to include (where looks good):
"Now that my mom isn't bugging me all of the time, I don't mind doing my homework as much. "
~ Nick C., 8th grade
- Bright 4 Sq. (company logo): We have tested click-through rates of several images on Facebook. Surprisingly, our logo won over any other image. So, we would like to capitalize on this "eye-catching" image in some way.
- ADHD Success Scorecard: Please make sure this is included somewhere in the ad, probably near where the ad is "selling" it.
- ADHD Circuit Lights: The product being introduced in this ad is from a series we call "The ADHD Circuit" and the string of lights is our symbol/logo for it. Problem is, no one will know what it is or why it is related to this product, so we don't know if we should use it in this ad (since we are tight on space), but we are providing the image in case it fits of can serve as a source of inspiration.
- Susan and Ned: Include this image for sure. If you have the ability, possibly photoshop this photo (add some color to my lips, a tad bit of height to my hair, and some flab from my arm?) With or without photoshopping, include the following text with this image:
"Susan Kruger is an absolute genius. She's made getting organized simple, which is the only way kids will stick with it, and she's made it fun, which is a minor miracle. She's tremendously innovative, creative, and wise. I can't wait for the world to discover this amazing woman and all she has to offer!"
~ Ned Hallowell, M.D., Ed.D.