Or Even 10 Times Your Income…
Starting This Month?
If you’re used to peddling low priced offers below $10, I’d like to know if you want to step up your game…
… And start selling for high prices?
I’m talking about $500, $1,000, $2,000 sales… and ABOVE!
Let me ask you a question:
If You’re Going To Make $10,000 per month, Which One Of The Following Scenarios Is EASIER?
SCENARIO A: Selling 1,000 copies of $10 products
SCENARIO B: Find 5 clients and charge them $2,000 each
In both instances, you make the same amount of income.
But notice that Scenario [A] requires you MORE effort to find more customers?
I can tell you… it’s a lot EASIER finding a few customers paying BIG sums…
Than getting a horde of buyers paying lower prices.
More often than not, the support is a headache. And at low prices, you attract customers that demand more for little.
Not that there’s anything wrong with selling low ticket offers.
But think about it: if you’re going to hit $10,000 this month, all you need is just to find 2 clients to pay you $5,000.
And with just 2 clients, your headaches are a LOT less!
- Knowing the reasons to go for high paying client
- How to close high paying client
- How to position yourself as an expert
- How to identify and qualifying the right client
- The sales process
- Sales objection
- How to price your product and service
- How to deliver the result
- Why Go For High Paying Client?
- They not your average customer
- They are the people who willing to pay double
- To make the most profit with the least amount of time
- Able to earn more with more freedom of time for your own
- How To Position Yourself As An Expert
- Define your expertise
- Create an expert intro for yourself
- Share your credibility story
- Marketing approach
- How to Identify And Qualifying Client
- Targeting the right segment of the market
- Determining the qualifying criteria
- How to Price Your Product & Service
- Cost-plus pricing
- Value based pricing
- Know your competition
- Know your cost
- Know your customer
- Know where your market is headed
- Monitoring your pricing
- How To Deliver The Result
- Develop a business blueprint
- Understanding your client situation
- Develop a weekly steps action plan
- Monitor and review the progression