How do you persuade someone to buy your product or service… even if you’re not great at “selling?”
If you read advice from other “experts,” you’ll see that they recommend you use shady tactics like “fake scarcity,” “fake discounts,” and worse, they’ll encourage you to outright LIE…
David Ogilvy always said, “The customer isn’t a moron. She’s your wife.”
He said this more than 50 years ago, but the spirit of what he said was 100% right. The customer isn’t a moron. She’s your wife. He’s your husband.
Your customers are your friends, your colleagues, your family members, your friends of friends, and they deserve to be treated with respect.
And that’s why I approach “selling” much differently than these other “experts.”
How to Sell More: 3 Steps to The Perfect Sales Pitch
So, how do you create the perfect sales pitch online? How do you communicate the value you provide to your customer… even if you’re not great at selling?
I share the 3 simple steps in this new video…
As you watch the video, you’ll notice something interesting: people think selling has to be complicated. It’s not. The key to making a sale is as simple as making people want what you’ve got before they know you’re selling it… and this formula makes that EASY.
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