When we want to increase our sales, we search for new methods. However, that search is often quite unnecessary. What’s needed instead is a tiny bit of common sense. With little or no effort, you can change the way the client perceives you and your company. Re-oxygenation isn’t that hard. Let’s find out how in this […]
Selling Strategies: How To Sell Without Selling In A Crazy Online Market—Psychotactics
The process of selling should be enjoyable. How do you sell without selling?
What strategies can you use time and time again to get customers to want to buy your product? At Psychotactics, we use a combination of techniques to sell our products and services successfully. Without the hype and with a small list.
In the articles below, you will learn about:
- Why you don't need hype when selling your product
- How to start selling your product online
- What are the ways to sell a product or service
- How to run a profitable business selling to a small list.
First, get yourself a coffee or tea. Look at the list of articles below, pick the one that gets your attention and start reading. Every article deals with one topic on selling and will give you on actionable step at the end.
P.S. Don't forget to download your copy of the headline report.
In ten minutes (or less) you’ll learn how to systematically build a headline that works. You will find it at the end of every article.
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When a client buys a product, what goes through their mind? Often you’ll notice they have a similar product, so why do they buy again? There are four reasons why your client (and you and I) keep searching for products and buy in what looks like an irrational way. And no matter how saturated the […]
When we sit down to write a sales page, we instantly run into a problem. We know that the client is usually looking to solve one problem, but which problem should we choose? How do we know if the client is simply going to ignore the headline and not look at the rest of the […]
One of the toughest tasks a business owner can have is when it’s time to write a sales page. You know that it’s unlikely your product or service will sell unless you have that sales page. Yet, once you sit down to write something, it’s almost impossible to write anything down. And when you do, […]
A sales pitch isn’t something that you and I look forward to at any point in time. When people ask what we do, we are often unsure what to reply. Sometimes we may have a script that we’ve practiced over and over again. Yet we don’t often have success with scripts, because somehow we haven’t […]
As I sat down to write a sales page for a course, I wasn’t stuck. However, my progress was so slow that it was driving me crazy. A sales page consists of well over a dozen elements. However, to get started, it’s important to get two core sections right. The first section to work on […]
Most of us have products and services that solve many problems. The natural, and the seemingly logical way we go about talking about the product or service, is to make sure the client knows they’re getting a great deal. However, this over-enthusiasm is precisely what causes clients to be confused, and leave. Let’s find out […]
It seems illogical to sell just 25 copies of a product when the product is just digital. Isn’t it just a PDF, audio or video? Shouldn’t we sell as many as we can? On the face of it, this logic of selling less seems seriously flawed. But is it? Find out what did we found […]
When I was 13 years old, my parents got involved in a court battle. I was past 40 when the issue was finally resolved. We don’t see ourselves wanting to engage in high conflict. Yet, there seems to be no way to avoid the tectonic forces of our world. No matter where you look online […]
How do you avoid high conflict? Are you pro or anti-vaccine? Are you pro this or anti-that? We seem to be pushed into one camp or the other and we end up getting ourselves in a tight corner. Is there a way to be part of a conversation and still neatly sidestep the argument? Right […]