Ad Copy Word of the Week: Abide
Possessing a broad and diverse vocabulary is indeed beneficial to online marketing in many obvious ways. But it’s especially beneficial to your ad copy creation. And since your campaigns all literally begin and end with ad copy, it would likely be a good idea for you to work out your lexicon muscles every now and again so that you’ll have a vast plethora of different words to utilize during any conceivable ad copy creation situation.
And yes, I realize that was some Dr. Seuss-caliber vocabulary craftsmanship right there. Thank you.
In this week’s edition of Ad Copy Word of the Week, we’ve got quite an excellent word to help convey to potential conversion consumers about how they no longer need to put up with or submit to using some kind of product or service.
It’s a great tactic to talk up the particular product or service that you’re trying to sell them while sounding like you really and actually know just what it is that you’re talking about. Which is ALWAYS a good thing!
Without further ado — per the amazing and limitlessly fantastic Thesaurus.com:
Main Entry: abide [uh-bahyd]
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: submit to, put up with
Synonyms: accept, acknowledge, be big about, bear, bear with, concede, consent, defer, endure, hang in, hang in there, hang tough, live with, put up with, receive, sit tight, stand, stand for, stomach, suffer, swallow, take, tolerate, withstand
Antonyms: despise, dispute, pass, quit, reject, resist, shun
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