No matter if you’re trying to make money online or offline, it all boils down to the same basic premise. You’ve got a product, and somebody else has got some money. You’ve got to persuade them that your product is worth more to them than their money.
You can do this a couple of ways. One is to simply put up a sign showing your product and the price, and let it speak for itself. Then if you get enough people coming by and looking at your sign, you’ll make some sales.
But what if plenty of other people have the same product for the same price? What if you’re an average looking, middle aged dude, and your competition is some young attractive hustler? You don’t stand a chance.
Online, it’s the same way. Sure, the idea of affiliate marketing sounds great. Find some decent products, come up with a decent webpage, and wait for the cash, right?
Truth is that people that buy stuff online tend to shop around. When they come to your site looking at that set of golf clubs you’ve got on offer, they’ve likely already taken a look at them in several other places.
Which means one thing. Your offer has to be the most compelling. You’ve got to make your product sound better than everybody else’s, even if it’s the same product.
This is difficult if you’re of the “copy and paste” mentality, that says you can basically just set up word for word copies of other websites and hope to make money.
But if you know the inside secrets of persuasion? Then you’re make more money than you know what do to with.
Because when people buy things, there’s a lot of subconscious influence on our decisions. Most everybody out there is selling stuff based on conscious mind thinking. But when you leverage the power of conversational hypnosis and get your customers salivating at an unconscious level, they’ll be hooked.
They won’t know why, but they’ll think your product is much better than everybody else’s. Even if it’s the same product, for the same price, they’ll be unconsciously driven to buy from you.
Even if you’re website looks like your just put it together, the words you’re using will send them into a buying frenzy every time they visit. This, of course, has the incredibly potential to consistently stuff your bank account with more and more cash.
That’s something you’d be interested in, right?
Source by George Hutton