Finally Revealed The Most Powerful Secret Moneymaking Marketing Tactic Ever

Finally Revealed The Most Powerful Secret Moneymaking Marketing Tactic Ever

Recently, I was listening to a Dan Kennedy CD. Most of you should remember Dan. He’s that American guy who’s desperately trying to be like Mal Emery in Australia. Anyway, Dan was asked what one tactic above all others he would use to create wealth. His instant response was “An Outrageous Offer”. No arguments from me, I’ve known and implemented this strategy for years.

In fact, in crafting any ad or sales letter, contrary to many famous advertising or copywriting gurus who maintain the headline is the first thing you write, the FIRST THING I CREATE IS MY OFFER. That way, it makes the rest of my job a whole lot easier. And we like it being easy.

The reason the offer is so important is it breaks down that major barrier to business which is lack of trust and scepticism. Here are the major reasons why people don’t buy from you when you think they should.

1. They simply don’t WANT what you are selling.

2. They CAN’T AFFORD to buy what you are selling.

3. They do not believe you are telling them the truth about the product, and they are very SCEPTICAL about you delivering on your promises.

The first two reasons for not buying you can understand. The third reason of course is not acceptable, and that’s where almost all lost sales are in fact lost. I mean, pick up any newspaper or magazine and see how whimpy the ads are when it comes to the offer. So the purpose of an outrageous offer is to convince the most SCEPTICAL of prospects to buy.

Here’s the most powerful offer I believe you can ever make. It’s called Try Before You Buy or a 30 Day Hold. Most people either never attempt such a strategy, because they think they will be swamped with returns, they don’t know how powerful this SECRET is, or they simply don’t know about it. From my knowledge and experience, offering a Try Before You Buy strategy triples sales and doubles returns. It works something like this:

In your call to action, on your sales letter, ad or webpage, as well as your order form, write something like this

We are so convinced you’ll be absolutely delighted with ourwe’re going to give you a full 30 Days before we deposit your cheque. That will be plenty of time for you to try ourout, and discover for yourself how wonderful it is. In fact, if you are dissatisfied for ANY reason or NO reason at all, you can return the product to us and we’ll send back your uncashed cheque the same day we receive the product back. If you place your order via credit card, we will not process your credit card for 30 Days. And if you decide to return the product, we’ll destroy your credit card details and your card will never be charged.

If you are one of those sceptics that think this is far too risky, then tell me why some of the oldest and biggest direct marketing companies like Rodale Publishing WON’T EVEN LET YOU PAY for a book in advance. You have probably seen their order form you simply have to sign and return, which states “But don’t send any money!” The truth is they’ve mastered the psychology of the prospect and they know their math. OK, you may find this too much to swallow, then how about I suggest you use it DURING THE TESTING PROCESS. Why in heck would I suggest that?

Here’s why… when you market like this, the results you are going to get are going to be the best you can humanly hope for. The big secret here is failing! And if you are going to fail, you want to fail fast, often and as cheaply as possible so you can get on to the next project. Reality is, if your marketing doesn’t pull a decent return when you don’t even ask them to send you money, it is certainly not going to pull a decent return when you ask them to put their hand in their pocket.

Best regards

Mal

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