Turning belief into bucks

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Hey warriors

When it comes to making money online one of the most important lessons I've learned over the years in believing in what you are selling.

You're level of belief with spill out in your sales copy, in how you talk about your product and present it, and in the quality and content of the product itself.

People will also pick up sub-consciously on your doubts or misgivings if you have any.

So gettig excited about what you are selling and really believing you are helping people in an abolute must...
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  • Profile picture of the author Raineer
    Yes definitely need to have a level of confidence in your own product. It will reflect and lead to greater sales and overall success.
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  • Profile picture of the author darrenchow
    Can't agree more. Believing in own product will helps to refine our own product even more, so that the target audience can benefit more from the product like how we intended to achieve in the first place.

    Believing helps us to make changes in ourselves, our products and to leave a greater impact on our clients' life.
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  • Profile picture of the author kellyyarnsbro
    If you don't believe in your product then who will? It doesn't makes sense selling a product without you yourself not knowing what you're selling.
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  • Profile picture of the author aliveder
    Exactly. Whenever I create a website, or write an article, and even now as I am writing my WSO. I create it essentially all for myself. I see what I would want in a product, the blueprint, the surefire way I could understand it, and see results from implementing it. Then I release it, knowing full well that I have given it my all. That I would buy/use my own product. If you I am not proud of my work, I could never put my name on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Make Money Ninja
    There is probably some truth to this. I have definitely done better at selling products i have felt are "really good".
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    • Profile picture of the author Ettienne
      Originally Posted by Make Money Ninja View Post

      There is probably some truth to this. I have definitely done better at selling products i have felt are "really good".
      True. Always promote only what you KNOW works, I only promote things I've tried myself. If I didn't try a product and it did what it says, I'll never promote it. That's just not honest promoting something you've not given a thorough test yourself.
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  • My belief is that there are 100s of things that we can be selling (if not 1,000s). I have never been able to convince myself of something that I do not believe, so I always just find something that I believe in or something that I am already buying and sell that. It is also great to sell ideas because we do believe in our ideas (even if we borrow many of the concepts)
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    • Originally Posted by Justin Finkelstein View Post

      My belief is that there are 100s of things that we can be selling (if not 1,000s). I have never been able to convince myself of something that I do not believe, so I always just find something that I believe in or something that I am already buying and sell that. It is also great to sell ideas because we do believe in our ideas (even if we borrow many of the concepts)

      As long as you TRULY believe in the idea of it, you will sell well.

      Personally, I did VERY WELL with a Clickbank product because I really believed that it works even though I never bought it.

      Guess what?

      I never GOT a refund on that product... ever.


      One MAJOR thing you can do to bolster your belief in a product you plan to promote is to try their customer service.

      Do they provide fast customer service? If a CB merchant doesn't reply in 48 hours at the very least, I don't bother promoting it no matter how high their gravity is currently.

      Would you want to refer people to a seller who doesn't make customer service their highest priority?

      Think about how your customers (people who bought thru your affiliate link and YES! They are your customers too) would feel if they don't receive support in a timely manner?


      Just some food for thought,
      Alfonso
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      • Profile picture of the author mikehuff
        For sure. If you don't believe in something, don't put your name on it. Not even free stuff.

        At the same time, having a good product won't do the heavy lifting for you, but it can certainly leverage YOUR heavy lifting in the marketing department.
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  • Profile picture of the author venkateshk
    Originally Posted by Quality Copywriter View Post

    Hey warriors

    When it comes to making money online one of the most important lessons I've learned over the years in believing in what you are selling.

    You're level of belief with spill out in your sales copy, in how you talk about your product and present it, and in the quality and content of the product itself.

    People will also pick up sub-consciously on your doubts or misgivings if you have any.

    So gettig excited about what you are selling and really believing you are helping people in an abolute must...
    Agree. We also need our share of luck and with a slice of luck, yes beliefs do turn into what we want them to be.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kathy Bell
    Customers can tell whether or not you are promoting something just to try to make a fast buck, or whether you're behind something that can offer them value. You will do better in the long run if you provide value, and get your customers to like and trust you.
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  • Profile picture of the author play2win727
    I think this is a no-brainer, if you have questions about what you are offering it will spill through in every part of your marketing. Faith in yourself and you product and you have a good start to success.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrelk159
    Take Action. That is the most important thing. An idea is just an idea, taking action is what will earn you money.
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  • Profile picture of the author sweetdreamfactory
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    Yes, I agree, if you lack confidence, everything that you have put in into your business will only be useless.
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  • Profile picture of the author andyredsox
    You're definitely right there. As what others say, the quality of thoughts we have is what we are going to be in the future. As long as you're helping people and not just using them for your own benefit then that would be great. Business is not just benefiting but its also about giving your customers a better quality of service and product. Give what they pay for and they'll keep coming back for more.
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  • Profile picture of the author chukster
    Good point I used to do door to door sales ago & I noticed I made more sales when I made the changes in this area
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    • Profile picture of the author joshly
      Confidence does not always come easily. The best thing is to always start at the point or place where you are good at.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mou
    Absolutely true.

    If it doesn't feel good we don't do it. In fact I've refused some clients because the topic on which they wanted us to work on don't provide any real value.

    I've lost some business in the process but don't have any regrets for it.


    Originally Posted by Quality Copywriter View Post

    Hey warriors

    When it comes to making money online one of the most important lessons I've learned over the years in believing in what you are selling.

    You're level of belief with spill out in your sales copy, in how you talk about your product and present it, and in the quality and content of the product itself.

    People will also pick up sub-consciously on your doubts or misgivings if you have any.

    So gettig excited about what you are selling and really believing you are helping people in an abolute must...
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  • Profile picture of the author laraGTN
    Absolutely! I've chosen to work in particular niches and with particular people because I love their products and services...I believe in them and what they offer to the world. And that comes out in the copy I write for them.
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