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|The American government has been running various programs for the welfare of disable people. The most two important among them is social security disability and supplemental security social income. This seems very simple but it is very difficult to apply for social security disability.
Many disable people don鈥檛 know the difference between SSD and SSI. These programs seem similar but have huge difference. It is not easy for a lay man to differentiate between the two. It has been seen many times that they unknowingly apply for the wrong welfare scheme.
The social security program provides monetary benefits to individuals who are not able to work anymore due to disability either physical or mental. For qualifying the criteria of social security disability , you need to better understand the procedures and requirements to apply for social security disability.
Many times it has been seen that social security administration rejects the application at first sight. People can鈥檛 convince them easily as there are lots of applications lie on their table. The main reason for the rejection is the incomplete form which requires many papers like medical statements. People don鈥檛 tend to give much botheration to the form.
You should always be careful before apply for social security disability. There is no harm in giving more than required information. You should attach every kind of medical statement of your disability and medicines recommended. Your financial conditions and source of income must be disclosed to authorities. You should not loose heart after initial rejection. There are 60 days in which you can apply in court or before higher authorities. So do apply for social security disability as soon as possible.
Only a good advocate or an attorney make you know the criteria of SSD. They know each procedure and rule of this welfare scheme, so it is good to hire an attorney for filling your case. Some advocates don鈥檛 take your case until it is not denied by social security administration. There are lawyers which help you from the beginning of apply for social security disability to represent you in the case. Being a disable the applicant can鈥檛 present himself before the authorities or the court , so he has right to represent himself through his family members or by any lawyer.
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Ever heard or seen a radio or television commercial that you really liked and actually looked forward to hearing or seeing again only to be assaulted by another one so annoying it made you want to heave your radio or television out the window?
What makes one commercial so enjoyable while others seem to be so abysmal? It's all in the ability to make the listener or viewer remember the ad in a creative, clever way and I'm about to give you some advice on how to do just that so read on!
One of the most successful ways of creating clever ads is to add humor. Unfortunately that's not an easy thing to do as you have probably heard or seen many commercials try and fail. There is a fine line between writing a spot people will laugh and identify with and writing one that falls flat on its face and unfortunately most spots fall into the latter category. The best advice on using humor in ads that I can give you is this: hire a professional who specializes in writing humorous ads. I say this because the majority of advertisers that attempt to write their own funny ads fail miserably. The main reason is because it takes a trained writer to know how to create an ad that includes not only genuinely funny copy , but also perfect timing and the right amount of copy needed to pull it off. Having said this, if you still insist you've written a funny spot for your business the best way to find out is to read it to some unbiased ears which means someone other than your wife , husband, or best friend. Humor in itself is subjective but for the most part if it's funny they'll laugh , and if they don't get it, even if you think it's a real knee slapper , it's time to try another approach. I've written thousands of ads most containing humor but even I don't know for sure how well they will be received once they hit the airwaves. Another tricky part about putting humor in ads is that it takes more time to establish the bit, which means you have less time for the rest of the copy.
The same rule goes for putting voice impersonations in your radio ads. I tend to use voice impressions that I or others do in radio spots from time to time and it can be a real attention getter. However , this can also backfire as I've heard spots where voice impersonations were used just for the sake of putting them in the spot with no real message or tie-in to the product or service. Once again, this is wasted ad dollars.
You may have heard or seen ads you thought were extremely annoying and wondered why the advertiser even bothered. What they've learned is that even bad spots will eventually stick in the mind with enough repetition. The problem here lies with whether what ends up sticking is a negative reinforcement. There's a national jeweler who comes to mind that likes to do his own radio commercials. His nasally voice and dry as sand delivery while quite annoying , have become his trademark. So in essence his annoyance is part of his brand. Successful? Perhaps, but you'd be hard pressed to get me to shop there.
Remember that besides being clever , your ad has to deliver the goods. In other words, ads that are clever just for the sake of being clever won't accomplish much. Have you ever had someone tell you about a funny spot but when you asked who the ad was for , they can't remember? That's a case of the copywriter indulging his or her own cleverness and missing the main point. Your copy must also give the listener or vie.