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I see titles like these, dozen after a dozen after a dozen... and none seem as appealing as the next. Because they're all the same. Because they all seem as phony as the rest.
When I look at a title like that, I think to myself, "wow, this one is going to have me making a bunch of cash right away... just like this one. And that one. And this one. And I bet they're all between $7 and $27. Yeah, right, that's legit. NOT."
Why would that make me look at them, let alone buy them?
But then the next thing I see completely contradicts my personal expectations: I see hundreds of replies, which shows that people are highly interested, which (I guess) implies a good # of sales.
Apparently, these headlines must work, then. But, but, but ... how? We're all IM here, selling to fellow IM. How do we buy into our own tricks?
I've been thinking about it for a while now, and I just don't get it. Share your thoughts.