Which sales script is best for YOU? $7 Secrets, RAP, DLG ....

by Kevin Riley 11 replies
I had one of my customers to the new Home Study Course ask me the following, and I think the clarification can inform you about sales scripts -- especially as I see lots of questions here.

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"Please clarify why you are suggesting the $7 script in the home study course and you appear to be using the RAP script starting in your offer Tuesday.

"You appear to be using the $7 for many of your old offers.

"Did you decide after you created this home study course, the RAP script was a better choice than $7 script and didn't update your home study course?

"Why do you think the RAP script is a better choice to use now than the $7 script?

"I only ask because so many IM people like yourself are selling products and services to us that you don't use anymore or have found a better choice and prefer not to share with us."

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First of all, I am still using $7 Secrets and would never recommend something that I don't feel is good for me.

RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB

When I was a house builder, I would never use a finishing saw for cutting framing lumber, and I would never use my large tooth framing saw for fine finishing work. You use the tool that suits the job.

For my sales/download scripts I use $7 Secrets and DL Guard, and am adding RAP to the toolbelt.

DL Guard

I use this for all my WSOs (where I am placing a direct PayPal button) and for ClickBank products. It's a fantastic tool that organizes all my products and order buttons in one control panel. I love it.

$7 Secrets

I use this for all my lo-priced entry-level products. With it's simple affiliate link and 100% commission directly to the affiliate's PayPal, it's a great tool for getting others to promote my business.

RAP

I haven't used RAP yet, but my partner set it up for our LPP sale. I like the extra functionality of it. However, I wouldn't use it on one of my low-priced products. I'll most likely stick to $7 Secrets for those.

WHICH TO USE?

In my Home Study Course, I supplied and recommended $7 Secrets for a couple of good reasons:

1. It is simpler to install and configurate, and the HSC is for beginners.

2. HSC users will be selling guides to hobby niches, and their customers will not be tech-savvy people on the whole, so you want to give them the easiest way to promote you (Always keep your customers in mind).
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  • Profile picture of the author Andy Money
    Sweet, thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
      $7 script was clunky for me. It didn't take long for me to move to RAP which I much prefer. I still recommend both. $7 script for those not financially prepared to invest in RAP.

      John
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    • Profile picture of the author Ken Leatherman
      You know Riley every now and then you make real good sense and this is one of those times. This time we won't talk about the other times .

      Kevin wrote:
      In my Home Study Course, I supplied and recommended $7 Secrets for a couple of good reasons:

      1. It is simpler to install and configurate, and the HSC is for beginners.

      2. HSC users will be selling guides to hobby niches, and their customers will not be tech-savvy people on the whole, so you want to give them the easiest way to promote you (Always keep your customers in mind).
      I'm one of those who has major trouble even turning on my computer, much less knowing how to use a complicated script or piece of software to deliver my product. It's very important for me to be able to use the simplest tool possible to accomplish my goal.

      If you want me to do something for you, you have to make it as simple as possible and then even more simple if possible. Always, always K.I.S.S. keep it simple stupid. (that means you Riley )

      Ken Leatherman
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      • Profile picture of the author xmx
        I purchased RAP when was available with a discount,
        but did it for future development, which has not yet
        being developped...
        so I still haven't installed and used it directly, BUT
        I have been a customer of other RAP users and in
        my opinion a very good feature that RAP has is the
        expiration of the download link.

        Also 7dollar secrets script works as affiliate program
        only if you offer 100% commissions, and not everyone
        wants to offer this deal for all the products he sells
        and needs affiliates.

        Just my 2 cents


        Gian
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        • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
          Huh.

          Not only is this a well thought-out and useful post, you used the quotation marks properly in reprinting the question. Almost no-one gets those right.

          Catholic schools, Riley-san?


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          • Profile picture of the author naruq
            You want to use that script that gives you the best targeted quality prospects/clients. Even if you have to invest more money.
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          • Profile picture of the author Kevin Riley
            Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

            Huh.

            Not only is this a well thought-out and useful post, you used the quotation marks properly in reprinting the question. Almost no-one gets those right.

            Catholic schools, Riley-san?


            Paul
            LOL. If I had gone to Catholic school, there would have been nuns renouncing their faith to avoid having to teach me.

            However, I do still remember my English Composition classes in Uni. Writing essays was my favourite thing to do, along with the research.
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  • Profile picture of the author Elmer Hurlstone
    While growing up--assuming I did--my dad would often repeat the old saw, "...the right tool for the right job".

    Many of us operate under the conception that "bigger is better".

    Sometimes it is. But not always!

    This is just more proof that dad was right.

    Bigger isn't always better and you should use the right tool for the right job!

    Elmer
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  • Profile picture of the author Kelly Verge
    You can tap very lightly with a big hammer, but there's only so hard you can hit with a small hammer.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Taylor
    I agree with the sentiment of using the right tool for
    the job, with the priviso that the tool also meets the
    available budget.

    I recommend that people start with the $7 script and
    then upgrade when they have generated the required
    finances.

    John
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