Don’t make me so fun that you won’t Junk-o

At that time, an email arrived in my mailbox, sent by Jorge González, saying that he had already received his new book “ Expert Secrets ” and that he thought it was quite good (affiliate link). Ha ha ha. So I, almost everything Jorge says, I do without questioning (except making videos without a shirt… Don’t make I’m not ready for that yet), so I went to buy it. Vic, you have to read this book (I told myself). Vic, it’s in English. Are you stupid or what? (I told myself again). Well, this way I kill two birds with one stone. (I concluded). The book promised to lay the foundations in the design and strategy related to the creation of sales funnels . Ains, thank goodness, I thought (I was very thoughtful).

We need to put a little

Order because people are losing their minds with so many automated funnels (without chicken as a head). TRUE? I applauded Russel, I have to admit . His offer said executive email list something like “get the printed book absolutely free, just pay for shipping and handling.” There it is nothing. Who would refuse? Ha ha ha. Yes, I’m also thinking the same thing : “this is a scam, you end up paying for the book.” Of course. But the fact is that I had already decided that I wanted the book so I filled out the fields and clicked next .

What I didn’t know is that, before finishing the purchasing process, Russel was going to show me a series of incremental and tremendously seductive offers along the lines of “since you plan to buy the book, take advantage of the order to get all this, and this, and this, and also this, valued at I don’t know what billion dollars, for a rubbish increase of $30”… Silly town, I fell I fell .

Don't make the Funnel Hackers 

I like cartoon books. You’ve convinced me! The confusion of the stuttering funnel So far so good. No? I was happier than a few castanets knowing that he had asked China Phone Numbers me for my package of books , all in English, to entertain myself and be a better “funelero” (the funnel is terrible). First email, a few minutes later, thanking you for the purchase, letting you know that you are in a funnel (thanks for the notice) and offering additional value: “while the book arrives, I will give you this video valued at…

 Cool! You open the video, you see it… okay. Not bad. Trin. Another email! This time telling me something like “hey Vic, I saw that you went shopping but you haven’t completed the order… do it or you’ll run out of books!” Confusion. How? For more than 7 days, every time I opened an email, I clicked on a link to see if I had really purchased it, I looked to see if the process was complete.

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