You could worry about who you are “reaching” with your advertisement. Is it the right demographic? How many people are you talking to?
You could worry about the cost of your ads. Are you getting a good value?
You could worry about what your friends or family think. Will they feel your ads are dumb? Will they criticize you?
You could worry that you are advertising in the wrong place. Is the advertising medium the right one? Oh, you could get many conflicting answers to that question!
But all of those worries pale in comparison to these worries…
Worry about NOT getting your prospect’s attention. Worry about being so forgettable with your message that it lingers in a brain for merely half a second. Worry about saying something in your sales message that no one cares about.
Worry about what you SAY in your communications with the public. Because when you fail to make the content of your sales message the most important and first worry, your biggest worry will be getting no return on your advertising investment.
And if you have no desire to learn how to make your sales message sizzle and pop, then find someone who does. That someone will have a passion for painting a picture for your prospect that clearly depicts the way you can solve their problem and enrich their life.
We’ve all got worries in our life. A worry is just a problem that we’re thinking about because we haven’t solved it yet. As far as advertising worries go…I’m just helping you prioritize them. :-)