The Aligned Persuasion Method
Create more persuasive, effective and impactful calls-to-action, in a way that feels good to you and your audience
A free lesson for people/businesses who want more readers / listeners / viewers / subscribers / buyers
Especially created for people who sell their skills, knowledge and expertise online as 1-1 services, courses, programmes and memberships
Available for a limited time only
Your business depends on people reading your content, clicking on your links, opening your emails, subscribing to your email list, and buying your stuff.
You need to encourage people to do those things in order for your business to be successful.
…pushing people to take an action feels manipulative, unpleasant, a bit slimey.
You’ve been pushed around by online marketing and sales pages, and you didn’t like how it made you feel.
You don’t want to be that Bombastic Bully shouting about how great you are, and pressuring people into buying your stuff.
And, your business is built on relationships.
On people buying from you over and over again, or referring their friends to you.
You don’t want to squeeze people so hard they reluctantly buy from you one time, then run away from you as far ad fast as they can.
So instead you find yourself at the other end of the spectrum Humble-Mumbling about your stuff, hoping enough people might hear your polite requests to maybe buy your stuff if they feel like it.
The Aligned Persuasion Method is a short video lesson that will help you take a new approach so you can start to feel good about being persuasive.
This FREE lesson is for you if:
Your business is based on selling your expertise/coaching online as 1-1 services, programmes, packages, courses, masterminds and memberships
You will create your own social media content, marketing emails, blog posts, website content, sales pages and/or sales funnels
You’re fed up with seeing louder, more confident, more self-promotional people get the subscribers, revenue and success - but you can’t bring yourself to use the same salesy tactics they use (good news, you don’t need to)