A good example is my story. I had back pain for two years. Nothing helped. Then I read about therapy with high doses of vitamin C. I tried it, and it worked. My back pain was gone after four days. That information for me was life-changing, and I could continue to work, train, and live my life. My life-changer ad could be: “I love vitamin C!” or “Vitamin C helped me to regain my health!” This ad could become a reality in the streets or in newspapers around the world. A life-changer ad is based on free speech to help others. The ad must not contain a brand or a product and should be strictly nonprofit. We would advertise the information itself. We do not sell anything. That’s why it is honest; everybody can trust one another.
What is your story? What knowledge have you gained that may help others? What experience has changed your life? (It can be something entirely different than mine.)
People create our Life-changer advertisements for people (not by business for people).
These ads contain useful information, wisdom or advice to make lives better, educating and helping others.