It happens all the time. You have what you think is a "marketing problem." You have a disappointing product launch. You have issues consistently selling your services. A program that used to sell well stopped. There are a lot of reasons why this could be happening, and in most (if not all) of the cases, the issue comes down to what looks like a marketing problem. But, … [Read more...] about Marketing Problem? The Surprising Reasons Your Product/Service Might Not Be Selling
Let me start by asking you a question. As part of your sales process, when you're in a sales or enrollment conversation, do you assume you're going to hear a “yes” or a “no”? Now, I’m not asking how attached you are to hearing a “yes.” Say, for instance, you're feeling stressed about money. You might feel like you absolutely need a prospect to say “yes,” or you won't be able … [Read more...] about [Your Sales Process] Are You Assuming the Yes or Assuming the No?
There's just no getting around it. If you want to be an entrepreneur and own your own business, you gotta sell something. Because if you're not selling something -- your time, your expertise, a product, a book, an opportunity, SOMETHING -- you're not making any money. And that kind of defeats the whole purpose of having a business. (Not only that, if you're not selling … [Read more...] about [Video] Flip It! I Can’t Sell Because I Hate Selling!
I realized I needed to write "Love-Based Online Marketing" when I was promoting the first book in my "Love-Based Business" series. You see, if you truly want to have a love-based business (which is a business built on a foundation of love-based emotions rather than fear-based emotions -- you can learn more about the philosophy here) every part of your business needs to … [Read more...] about [Video] The Story Behind the Story: “Love-Based Online Marketing” book
I'm going to start by making a bold statement about the mighty bullet point: In addition to being benefit-rich, as I mentioned in The Bullet Point: The Holy Grail of Copywriting, if you want to inspire your ideal client to buy, your bullet point should come from a place of love, rather than fear. As you know, it’s my mission to give heart-centered and conscious … [Read more...] about The Mighty Bullet Point: How to Write Love-Based Bullet Points That Inspire Your Ideal Clients to Take Action
If you've spent any time in the Internet Marketing space, you've likely heard an entrepreneur (or two) brag about how much money they made from a product launch. You may have heard: "It was a 6-figure launch." Or … "I filled my mastermind program in just three days." Or … "I made $50,000 in sales in a week!" And these things may be true. But how often do … [Read more...] about [Video] Flip It! Are Product Launches All That and a Bag of Chips?
If there is one element of direct response copywriting that has the potential to get people to click that "Buy Now" button, it's the mighty bullet point. A well-written bullet point, or set of bullet points, has the potential to close the deal faster than almost any other element in your marketing copy. Why? Well, because a bullet point is a tool that is quick to read, … [Read more...] about The Bullet Point: The Holy Grail of Copywriting
You've undoubtedly heard that direct response copywriting is, hands-down, the best way to make more sales online. But ... If you're among the conscious/mission-driven entrepreneurs of the world, then the thought of using direct response copy in your business may make you feel "icky." (Not sure what direct response copywriting is? Direct response copy is any copy … [Read more...] about A New Perspective on Direct Response Copywriting: How to Sell More with Love
It's fear vs love. Believe it or not, the opposite of love isn't hate. It's fear. All emotions basically fall under one of two categories -- love-based emotions of fear-based. Love-based emotions includes love, hope, joy, gratitude, peace, faith, trust, confidence, happiness, connection, forgiveness, openness, passion, freedom, harmony, honesty, beauty, compassion, … [Read more...] about What’s the Difference Between Being Love-Based and Fear-Based?