Outlet malls & fallacious psychology

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How To Systematically Increase Your Sales Conversions with 2 Simple Follow-Up Strategies

Did you know they build outlet malls on the outskirts of town purposely?

It’s tricksy.

Exploiting a “factory installed” psychological crutch.

Similar to owning an old car you keep maintaining, despite it being a vacuous black hole of monie.

Ever had this happen?

You fix this, that, and the other…

Always thinking it’ll be your last repair, at least for a while.

Alas, inevitably, something else goes wrong.

Yet you continue…

After all, it would be a waste if you didn’t enjoy those new brakes, radiator, timing belt, tuned up valves, and refurb’d transmission, right?

It’s called the “sunk cost fallacy.”

It goes like this:

The more you spend on something, the more you value it.

Even—and this is really important—even if you’d be better off starting from scratch.

Like getting a new/er car that doesn’t need repair.

It’s tough.

Our brains are wired funny.

We don’t make rational investments or decisions.

All of our decisions are emotionally informed.

Happens to the best of us, unfortunately.

Outlet malls are on the outskirts of town because once you’ve driven all that way—investing all that time and gas—you’re going to spend more monie buying more stuff in those shops.

It’s proven.

Now, let’s bring it on home.

You’ve heard it said that…

People don’t value what they don’t pay for.

And if you remove the double negative from that sentence it looks something like this:

People only value what they pay for.

So how do you use this knowledge to build your business?

Well…

If you want your prospect to value what you’re selling…

And perhaps make some much needed changes in their life…

Then it’s your responsibility to convert them into becoming a high ticket customer.

Do them a favor…

Make ’em to put some skin in the game and take their investment seriously.

And the best, often neglected, way to convert high ticket sales is through unabashed, aggressive, and downright relentless…

Follow-up.

You MUST keep your offer in your prospect’s consciousness.

Otherwise they’ll chase another rabbit.

But this doesn’t mean being annoying.

Far from it.

Proper follow-up will keep your prospects tuning in, clicking your links, buying your stuff, and even leaving you raving testimonials about how much they LOVE your sales messages.

It’s not as hard as you might think, either.

Right here on WWN, Misha Wilson is back to teach us how to do just that.

Over the past two years Misha’s been able to achieve some staggering results in his business.

Misha’s generated a list of over 25k prospects and hit six-figs in revenue, all by the ripe old age of 24, while working his business full time from his home in Maui.

Thursday night he’s going to share how to systematically increase your sales conversions with 2 simple follow-up strategies that will not only make you more monie more quickly, but also leave your prospects begging for more!

You’re lucky I’m not going to charge you to join us live.

So don’t miss out…

You’ll discover…

  • Exactly how to introduce yourself to your prospects to immediately stand out from the crowd and instantly increase your “first point of contact” conversions
  • The one thing that will determine whether your prospects open, read, and click your e-mails (or ignore your messages like everyone else’s)…
  • The “on the fly” follow-up strategy that requires ZERO work to set up and will keep your prospects tuning in, clicking your links, buying your stuff, and even leaving you raving testimonials about how much they LOVE your sales messages
  • The 4-step follow-up “machine” that will turn your leads into sales 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (without you so much as lifting a finger!)

You absolutely do not want to miss this exclusive presentation! Click Here to Watch It Right Now!

Sincerely,

Andrew Draughon
Editor, What’s Working Now

Try WWN today and discover how you can instantly increase your conversions and turn leads into sales 24/7 with little to no effort!

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