For years, marketing giants have been using the power of persuasion to build high converting sales pages that transform visitors into rapid buyers.
They knew that by exploiting a handful of secret strategies, they could boost their profits overnight and leave their competitors struggling to work out how they did it...
They didn't have to spend months tweaking their products, and they didn't have to worry about competing on price point. Instead, they strategically implemented these covert techniques that would begin working the moment anyone landed on their website.
You probably know of the power of psychological warfare, a campaign of the mind. It's used to control the thoughts and actions of the enemy without them ever knowing what hit them.
Now imagine the power that these strategies could wield when secretly integrated into your website.
You'd finally be able to target your visitors in a very different way, and your conversion rates would be dramatic proof of their effectiveness. No longer would you have to struggle for customers. Never again would you have to write 15 page sales pages just to convince a visitor that they absolutely need your product.
With just a simple strategy and careful placement of the right "triggers", you could instantly maximize conversion rates unlike anything else you've ever tried.
If you are new to writing sales copy, you probably struggle to make your words come together. You want to take visitors on a journey, first by capturing their attention and then pushing your message across so that they feel they absolutely must have what you are offering.
Veteran copywriters know that in order to lead a visitor to the order button, you MUST push the right buttons, but when your website is receiving thousands of visitors a day, how do you know what those buttons really are?
This is where the "Extreme Influence" comes into play.
If you've done the job of market research, you know who your average customer is. You know what they want, what their concerns are, their fears and their ambitions. You know what they need, and the only problem you have is getting that across to them.
But by using these powerful strategies, practically every visitor to your website will be CONDITIONED to respond to your offer!
This knowledge is VERY powerful and is NOT designed to be used carelessly.
"Capture their minds and their hearts and souls will follow"- Major Ed Rouse
Some of the most compelling copywriting wasn't written by a polished and experienced copywriter with years of training.
In fact, if you simply learn how to create a "controlled flow" of the information displayed on your sales page, you can instantly increase conversion rates without ever having to spend weeks studying copywriting courses or paying a fortune for personal coaching or training.
Here's the simple truth: Your visitors want to know only one thing - what is in it for THEM, but simply telling them how their life would improve or change by purchasing your product, you need to come at them from a very different direction.
Think about it, visitors are immune to the traditional copywriting techniques. They've seen it all before, and even the most clever attempt at pulling at their heart strings just won't cut it.
You need to play dirty, to get back to the basics of what has been proven to work in ANY field of marketing, and that is to make every visitor to your website believe that YOU are the only one who can provide exactly what they're looking for.
It doesn't matter if your product isn't entirely original, or if you are one of thousands selling the same type of product or service to your market. You need to re-vamp your format, your style, your approach and essentially give them something new and refreshing...
But that's just scratching the surface.
Every single element on your sales page needs to be strategically placed. From the type of font you use to the size of your headline, EVERYTHING matters.
If you fail to overlook even one of these critical components, your conversion rates will suffer dramatically, and you won't stand a chance against the competition.
"What You Don't Know WILL Hurt You.."
(and any chance of maximizing your online profits...)
Writing sales copy is an art form. That doesn't mean that you have to be trained or experienced to drive in buyers, or ramp up conversion rates, you don't. But what you DO need to know is exactly what could be affecting your current sales, so that you can fix what's broken.
Do this and your conversion rates will skyrocket, guaranteed.
But how do you know where to begin? After all there are so many different elements to every sales page. You have the headline, the sub headlines, the body text, bullet points, the closing statements, the bonus areas, the P. S, P.P.S - it never ends!
Here's your simple solution..