Hate selling? Do this instead!

I used to hate selling.

Take a vacuum cleaner. Sell it to someone. How? I’m thinking, who wants a vacuum cleaner? Nobody likes to vacuum, so no one is going to want to buy a vacuum cleaner. At least I don’t.

So in that state of mind, I’m not thinking which vacuum cleaner cleans my floor the best and the fastest. I’m wondering how in the world can I get another human being to want to spend their money so they can push a vacuum around their living room, a job I myself want to avoid like the plague.

That makes persuading someone to pull their wallet out and give me money for a piece of metal and plastic that you can only push back and forth across the floor extremely difficult.

Selling under these circumstances is torture, to say the least.

Now take ice cream. I love ice cream. It’s creamy. It’s refreshing. It comes in an endless array of flavors. You can put all kinds of toppings on it, like that chocolate shell that hardens, or M&Ms, peanut brittle, Reese’s Pieces, caramel, or you name it. You can get it in a cone or in a cup…or you can put it on top of a warmed up brownie and let a spoonful melt on your tongue…

You’ll take some? Wait, I haven’t started selling yet.

Or maybe I have and didn’t notice it.

We forget that selling is just a transference of feeling. If the have that feeling, the words will flow with the emotional force of pure desire. You feel it and soon your audience feels it.

And that sells, doesn’t it?

You’ve no doubt heard that before, but the difference is that people will tell you to take a piece of paper and write down the benefits of your product. The problem with that is that it becomes an intellectual exercise. My feeling don’t kick in and the words lie lifeless on the paper when I try that.

Instead of searching for the right words, I prefer to sit and get excited  – really excited  – about a particular product or service, and then sit down and let those feelings come to life in the form of words on the page. Like the ice cream, get all the senses involved, mix in some positive emotions, bring it to a boil and pour it over the page.

How do you feel about selling now?

 

 

How to Build a Big, Responsive List of Buyers

Do you want a system that gives you the simple and yet complete method for building a huge and responsive list of buyers?

Here are just some of the cool things I discovered from List Copywriting:

  • How to get traffic to consistently opt in
  • How to get the subscribers from your list to open my e-mails
  • 6 ways to fill up my follow-up sequence…
  • How to use PHP to build my list twice as fast…

In addition, Robert Plank and Lance Tamashiro will show you how to get your readers to click on your links and how to turn visitors into buyers.

I got access to this stuff by being part of a $1200 course on product creation, but you can get in the door on their awesome list building system for under $5 bucks at this writing.

One of the coolest things about Robert and Lance is that they’re not afraid to show you their actual statistics. They’re honest about what really works and doesn’t work for them. If they haven’t tried something, they won’t fake it.  You can see lots of proof here.

For the techniques they are familiar with they explain and show you how to do it.

They will help you with everything from the technical aspects of setting up an auto-responder, list building, auto-responder follow-ups to NLP and Cialdini tips and techniques to maximize your conversions.

If you want to make money online, either by creating and promoting your own products or as an affiliate, you’ll want to check out List Copywriting today.

How to Make Your Dreams Pay the Bills

If you need a plan to go from zero to wealthy in Internet marketing and a way to get you off your butt and actually do it, you should download Time Management On Crack today.

Although I was impressed with Robert Plank’s own achievements using the time-saving, tried-and-true techniques he outlines in his report, I was even more awed with the results they brought me.

I’ve gone from being a dreamer to becoming a producer.

Do you want to make your dreams pay the bills? Time Management on Crack is the blueprint with a bite for your home based business that will transform your work from home job into a stay at home paycheck.

Plank has a knack for getting people to move outside their comfort zone and a way of reducing otherwise complicated tasks into easy-to-follow, step-by-step procedures that almost any idiot could use to be successful. Then Plank adds a kick in the pants to challenge, annoy and move you to actually do it.

Just remember this formula: Mindset + Knowledge + Action = Success

In Time Management on Crack you’ll discover how to develop a winning mindset by following simple procedures that Plank motivates you to put into action.

Does that sound like a recipe for success to you?

Here a just are just a few things you’ll put to use when you grab your copy of Time Management On Crack:

• How to create good content quickly and easily
• How to stay motivated and maintain momentum
• How to deal with information overload
• His own proven strategy to create a small product quickly, test it, and how to increase its value when there is a strong demand.
• How to go beyond written copy and leverage videos and webinars to rapidly add value to existing or affiliate products while increasing traffic and conversions.
• The benefits of producing in bulk. How to do it and how to leverage it for maximum return.
• And much more…

Take a moment to read the testimonialsof many others who have discovered the gold nuggets in Time Management on Crack.

Is Fast Food Copywriting Web Copy That Sells?

If you thought the idea of fast food copywriting was a bit cheesy, you could be right, but the system in Robert Plank’s copywriting manual is full of gold.

If your goal is to write web copy that sells, quickly, easily and to get the maximum results from what you write, you should take a close look at Fast Food Copywriting. If you want all the theory and the studies, then Maria Velosos’ Web Copy That Sells is a great read, but Robert Plank makes writing compelling sales copy as easy as how to write a letter to an old friend.

Plank won’t tell you much theory. He gets right down to the nitty gritty of outlining a foolproof system of creating high converting sales letters which you can use to churn out money making e-mails, sales letters or e-zine articles in a matter of minutes.

After I grabbed my copy of Fast Food Copywriting and put the system to the test, I was amazed how much faster I could write simple articles that convert well. When you download your copy, I’d like to hear your reaction as well. It’s probably the best copywriting book that you’ll never find on rapidshare.com.

The idea behind Fast Food Copywriting is that the most important thing in copywriting for the Internet is to create articles that are good enough in the minimum amount of time so you can keep the flow going. Many people quit writing because they burn out spending too much time on one niche which doesn’t bring them any returns.

Maybe the coolest thing about Fast Food Copywriting is that Plank teaches you not only how to write sales letters fast, but also gets you to change your approach to Internet marketing. His concept is not quantity over quality, but rather maximum quality in the minimum amount of time so that you can try lots of niches.

If you stay in the Internet marketing game long enough you’ll discover that some niches are highly profitable for you in your style and some are duds. What the gurus won’t tell you is that you need to try a number of niches and develop your own style.

With Fast Food Copywriting you’ll discover a system that will put you in the proper mindset to focus on finding success while producing web copy that is good enough to sell.

Let’s face it, McDonalds doesn’t do gourmet, but they do make some good money. And they do it not by trying to fake gourmet food, but by giving you food you know is good enough. Billions sold, right?

Download your copy of Fast Food Copywriting today, so you can begin writing web copy that is good enough to sell and have the time and money to eat gourmet.