It’s Time to Boost Your Sales Page and Turn Leads to Sales
Sometimes responding to a sales page feels like a leap of faith.
The offer isn’t clear and direct, so rather than take that leap of faith, the action is to click out.
A Good Sales page Will Remove All Barriers For Your Prospect.
Your prospects are looking for answers.
- Has this helped other people?
- Will this work for me?
- How much time will it take?
- What if it doesn’t work?
- How much is it? And more!
When you write a sales page, you want to have these and other questions in mind.
Remember, the prospect reads the copy with one finger on the mouse, ready to click out.
How to Boost Your Sales Page and Convert
In this video, I walk you through the acronym S.A.L.E.S. P.A.G.E.
Each letter represents an important needed element. Click to watch the 15-min training.
Here’s what you’ll discover…
- 9 Elements You Should Include in a Sales Page
- Why You Should Add Stories to a Sales Page
- Understanding How Emotion and Logic Fight Each Other
- The Best Way to Handle Objections
- What “City Slickers” and Sales Pages Have in Common
The S.A.L.E.S. P.A.G.E. Acronym for Success
Here’s a summary of the acronym, but for a full explanation, watch the video.
S – Specific Transformation
A – Attracts Your Niche Market
L – Leads With a Promise
E – Emotionally Charged
P – Pain and Problem Recognized and Addressed
A – Appeals to Their Logic
G – Guarantee with a Risk Reversal
E – Eliminates Objections
Don’t leave anything to chance!
No matter how fantastic your product may be, if your copy isn’t compelling enough to grab someone by the collar and pull them in close, then something is missing.
Make potential customers emotionally connected before logically investing in your offer.
Don’t leave anything to chance.
Your high converting sales page needs to grab their attention and give them everything they need to make an informed decision.
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