How I Market To People’s DNA

Posted on June 27, 2007. Filed under: Opt in email marketing |

When you send an offer to your list and no one responds..

It can really be a difficult and confusing thing to have happen.

Why?

Because you’ve placed the ad.

They’ve read the ad.

They’ve responded to your ad.

They joined your list.

And you’ve sent them an offer that should help solve some of their problems.

But not one single sale.

So what do you do.

You see another product that you think they will like.

You become an affiliate and then you…

Send the offer out to your list..

And again.

Nothing.

How come?

Because they don’t trust you.

There is no relationship.

When you build the relationship first..

and S-U-G-G-E-S-T a product later.

Much later.

And you only do so when you’ve traded valuable content to them first.

That’s what I teach.

“Give and you shall receive”… they say.

Quick lesson:

We’re programed to give back in relation something of equal or greater value what has been given to us.

I call that marketing to people’s DNA

Learn what I’m teaching you hear.

Anybody can say, “Yeah Keir You’re right”

It’s what you do with what you’ve just been taught that matters.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith

bestinternetmarketingnews.com

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