Crucially, no matter which link is clicked on, they all go to the
No big sell. No trying to overcome objections.
Just placing your offer as the next logical step. Qualification technique Here’s a great psychological tactic used by a number of our
marketers. It’s a form of reverse psychology.
Most marketers go about promoting in a very needy manner, as if
subscribers are doing them a favour by purchasing from them.
Two of our expert marketers use ‘reverse neediness’ to devastating
effect. What they do is ‘qualify’ their affiliate genie review to see if they are
the right ‘fit’. In other words, they make subscribers feel they have to be
good enough to buy this product! Here’s an example: Why does this work?
You show you have integrity. You will not take money from
anyone who is not right for your products. You ensure you only attract people who want to take this next
step with you - this decreases refund rates dramatically!
A ‘step-up’ is to turn this into a survey questionnaire. One marketer
used this technique a while back and sold thousands of his product.
Instead of asking qualifying affiliate genie review within the email, he simply
added ‘To see if you are a good fit……take this quick survey’
The link directs to a ‘yes/no’ questionnaire. Clicking ‘No’ on any
question brings up ‘Sorry, this product is simply not right for you’.
Can you see how effective this is??
This marketer has one of the highest subscriber-to-buyer
conversions in the internet marketing world! FAQ open technique Most marketers have FAQ’s on a sales page, but a little known tip
is to use FAQ’s within the affiliate genie review