[Tried & Tested ] How To Get High Ticket Sales Using This Strategy

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What I'm about to layout for you has made me hundreds of thousands of dollars. It is my secret for closing high-ticket sales using my traffic source. I'm talking sales ranging from $1,000 to as much as $5,000.

There was a time when I could only dream of such amount, but due to constant hard work, dedication and consistency I am able to come up with a method that has enabled me to close high ticket sales REPEATEDLY.

Without any further a due, this strategy consists of the following pages:
  • High converting squeeze page
  • A short sales page (The most important part of this process)
  • Your high ticket product sales page
So what most of the marketers today do is that their process looks something like this:

Traffic > Squeeze Page > Redirected to the offer

Now what's wrong with this approach is that almost everyone that will opt in knows that they will now be thrown a sales page where they have to purchase something which is why it is difficult to sell even low ticket products now!

The above method is old school and I know many would still argue that it still is effective but my strategy is a bit different as when a person opts in on the squeeze page instead of sending him/her directly to the offer page, they are taken to a short sales page where they are just given a little info about the system and at the end of the page contains a button that might have a CTA like: 'Get Started Now' or Get Instant Access'

By clicking on this button, they will now be taken to the offer page and the conversions are now going to be much better. The reason is b/c it changes a prospects views as you first prepped them in that short sales page before sending them to any offer.
So the process looks something like this:

Traffic > Squeeze Page > Short Sales Page > Your High Ticket Offer

This method has worked for me and my clients and highly recommend you all to try.
If there's anything you need I will be more than happy to assist you.

I hope this has been a useful strategy in getting tons of sales!

P.S. You can also add a short video of yours in that short sales page and believe me the results have been astonishing
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    I argue the old way still works, and even though somethings been done for a while, if it still get results why reinvent the wheel?
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    • Profile picture of the author dawoodkhan97
      Why not reinvent the wheel?
      Like I said many still will argue that
      conventional method still works
      but the thing is that approach is
      saturated now and I just gave my
      insights based on the results I have
      had with my strategy.
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  • Profile picture of the author aizaku
    forgive me,

    perhaps im missing something but whats the difference between your way and the old way?

    ...besides the extra click that your traffic has to now perform

    I understand pre qualifying the traffic but that's part of the job of the squeeze page.. no?

    thanks for the effort.

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    • Profile picture of the author dawoodkhan97
      Originally Posted by aizaku View Post

      forgive me,

      perhaps im missing something but whats the difference between your way and the old way?

      ...besides the extra click that your traffic has to now perform

      I understand pre qualifying the traffic but that's part of the job of the squeeze page.. no?

      thanks for the effort.

      -Ike Paz
      You're right but it basically filters out your
      most hot prospects by simply adding an
      extra layer of page.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael@@
    Interesting, but the real 'problem' is traffic, most companies have excellent sales funnels, traffic is what you are paid on.
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    • Profile picture of the author dawoodkhan97
      Originally Posted by Michael@@ View Post

      Interesting, but the real 'problem' is traffic, most companies have excellent sales funnels, traffic is what you are paid on.
      Hey I use my own traffic method that
      gets me high ticket sales
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  • Profile picture of the author theDarkKnightMarketer
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    Originally Posted by aizaku View Post

    perhaps im missing something but whats the difference between your way and the old way?
    Exactly my thoughts on this. What's really different here than what you like to call "old school way"? All you're telling us here is that you redirect people to a sales page that has a get started now button instead of add to cart.

    And I don't get it. This has nothing to do with the title "How to get high ticket sales".

    I'm sure you just checked a few "preselling ebooks" and now think you know it all.

    People don't buy high ticket products if they don't trust you. In fact, the only way to sell a high ticket product is to get people to trust you and what you say. They will be handing over the money to you anyway, it's not like they need the product or they can't find a cheaper alternative anywhere on the web easily..

    What makes these guys willing to pay 10x more for whatever it is that you're promoting is the trust they have in you.

    Originally Posted by dawoodkhan97 View Post

    Traffic > Squeeze Page > Short Sales Page > Your High Ticket Offer
    If it was that easy, who in their right mind would promote a low ticket offer? I mean, you just have to send the traffic to a squeeze page and redirect them to a short sales page and BAM $5,000 in your bank account!

    Phew. Easy.
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    • Profile picture of the author dawoodkhan97
      Originally Posted by theDarkKnightMarketer View Post

      Exactly my thoughts on this. What's really different here than what you like to call "old school way"? All you're telling us here is that you redirect people to a sales page that has a get started now button instead of add to cart.

      And I don't get it. This has nothing to do with the title "How to get high ticket sales".

      I'm sure you just checked a few "preselling ebooks" and now think you know it all.

      People don't buy high ticket products if they don't trust you. In fact, the only way to sell a high ticket product is to get people to trust you and what you say. They will be handing over the money to you anyway, it's not like they need the product or they can't find a cheaper alternative anywhere on the web easily..

      What makes these guys willing to pay 10x more for whatever it is that you're promoting is the trust they have in you.



      If it was that easy, who in their right mind would promote a low ticket offer? I mean, you just have to send the traffic to a squeeze page and redirect them to a short sales page and BAM $5,000 in your bank account!

      Phew. Easy.
      I just gave you a basic know how and if we
      look at it a lot of variables have to be taken
      into consideration such as your copywriting,
      your CTA, your squeeze page, your offer.

      As far as using that short sales page, we are
      doing nothing but giving them more info on that
      offer while not selling them anything on that page
      unless they click on that button which will take
      them to your offer.

      Again, I told this method as it was working for me.
      I never said, old approach is not working, I just
      added a little mix of my own to it.

      Regards
      Dawood Khan
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    dawoodkhan97,

    Thanks for bringing this topic up for discussion.

    You've stated, "it basically filters out your most hot prospects by simply adding an extra layer of page."

    I must admit, that I have always felt that the more hoops you make someone dance through, the worse your conversion will be and the more apt you'll be to lose the prospect in the process.

    In my experience in various niches, roughly 7-10% of the subscriber base will turn out to be what I term "fanatics." These are the people that will most readily consider making high ticket purchases. These are the customers that can turn your business from "just getting by" to a nicely profitable income source.

    But honestly, I have never been able to identify and segment these fanatics at the first contact stage.

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    • Profile picture of the author dawoodkhan97
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      dawoodkhan97,

      Thanks for bringing this topic up for discussion.

      You've stated, "it basically filters out your most hot prospects by simply adding an extra layer of page."

      I must admit, that I have always felt that the more hoops you make someone dance through, the worse your conversion will be and the more apt you'll be to lose the prospect in the process.

      In my experience in various niches, roughly 7-10% of the subscriber base will turn out to be what I term "fanatics." These are the people that will most readily consider making high ticket purchases. These are the customers that can turn your business from "just getting by" to a nicely profitable income source.

      But honestly, I have never been able to identify and segment these fanatics at the first contact stage.

      Steve
      You might be right but don't you think that you
      are getting a better pool of applicants through
      this method? Like you said the conversion rate
      might not be good but the sale conversion has
      always been great for me.

      Why? b/c this way I am filtering out a group of
      people that probably wouldn't have purchased
      in the very first place
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    You mentioned a squeeze page, but no mention of doing anything with the subsequent list. How much of any success can be attributed to the email follow up as opposed to simply giving a short interstitial page between the opt-in and the offer page?

    If you credit all of the results to adding the interstitial, why bother with the squeeze page and list at all?
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    • Profile picture of the author dawoodkhan97
      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      You mentioned a squeeze page, but no mention of doing anything with the subsequent list. How much of any success can be attributed to the email follow up as opposed to simply giving a short interstitial page between the opt-in and the offer page?

      If you credit all of the results to adding the interstitial, why bother with the squeeze page and list at all?
      The purpose of the squeeze page is to capture leads
      Purpose of the short sales page is to filter out better
      pool of prospects
      Lastly, the purpose of your offer is to convert.

      After submitting their info and still didn't went ahead
      and bought your product, then you still have a chance
      to follow up them through a 7 or 14 day sequence.

      Before selling, we all need to have a full proper system
      in place to even sell anything
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