Before becoming an online marketer, the word, “Desperate”, would leave a bitter taste in my mouth.
It reminded me of moments in my life when I was …
Desperate for clear skin!
Desperate for money!
Desperate for a date to the prom!
(Never did get that date, by the way) 🙂
Now that I have some years of online marketing experience under my belt and a clear understanding of what it takes to be successful, “Desperate” has taken on a new meaning and stands in a much more positive and flattering light.
What it really means is “highly anxious”. People with throbbing problems, pressing issues, and insane drives (impulse buyers) are who you should target.
Marketing information to people who live with these types of problems is easy because the problem is clear, obvious, bothersome, and quite possibly embarrassing to the person who has the problem.
As long as you’re selling information to help people solve a desperate problem, they’re going to buy it.
If it seems like nobody wants to wait for results anymore, it’s because nobody wants to wait for results anymore.
When you’re trying to sell how-to information, you’ve got to jump through a bunch of fiery hoops.
How to plant tulip bulbs, how to polish your car, or how to craft your own Christmas ornaments, etc., aren’t “pressing” issues.
No one lays awake at night or paces the floor wondering or worrying about how to do any of these kinds of things.
Would you like to come up with a topic to write about (in most cases, in less than an hour) and learn how to reach desperate buyers?
Ordinary to us can be extraordinary to someone else who desperately needs the information.
Give Me Desperate Buyers Only was recommended to me by a well-respected professional copywriter I met about four years ago and this 174-page, power-packed e-book has earned my highest recommendation.
This is one e-book that won’t be forgotten or tossed aside!