Psychological Triggers Exposed [NOOK Book]

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How to make your prospects so curious, intrigued, and focused on your sales message, they buy your products just to find out more.

6 subliminal symbols that stops casual readers dead in their tracks, grabs them by the throat and pulls them into your sales ...
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Psychological Triggers Exposed

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Overview

Here's A Sneak Preview Of What You Will Get

How to make your prospects so curious, intrigued, and focused on your sales message, they buy your products just to find out more.

6 subliminal symbols that stops casual readers dead in their tracks, grabs them by the throat and pulls them into your sales letter.

54 tested words and phrases which breaks the preoccupation of your reader… draws them in like a magnet… and lets them go only after they buy your product. A fair warning: These words are so effective, you must use them for ethically reasons only.

A time-tested technique to compel your prospects to make an immediate buying decision, even if they have to pay higher prices.

How to generate a flood of orders using this well-engineered motivation to push your prospects into closure and completed action.

Use this technique to generate believable scarcity… makes your prospects nervous for not buying… generates immediate gratification after parting with their money… and skyrockets your sales figures.

Use this trick that works 100% of the time to make them pay attention now, or pay with pain later.

A technique even the most seasoned marketers seldom use to make your pitch more urgent. After they hear this, your prospects wish they bought your products yesterday.

How to get full cooperation from your readers to study your sales letter and give you their most valuable asset of all, their attention.

Weed out the poor customers and attract the affluent ones with this polarizing technique

Add shock value to your sales letters so people stay at your site long and buy faster.

How professional pitchmen use this psychological triggers to generate thousands of leads and massive sales in 2 hours of stage selling.

A "pressure stacker" trick that applies to anyone in business themselves. Use this and your market will respond like an obedient pet.

Another unique trick which I don't see being taught elsewhere. Use this human emotion to create disturbance which can only be resolved trying out your products.

A technique stolen from some of the best marketers. Forewarn your prospect with this message and they will eat right out of your hand.

And much, much more!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012979490
  • Publisher: qasim idrees
  • Publication date: 9/3/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 197 KB

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