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I almost fainted...

From: Jon O.
Sent on: Thursday, July 22, 2010 12:33 PM
I am currently helping a top Realtor here in Calgary marketing his
services online. He's primarily in luxury homes market.

I almost fainted when I heard that he spent $40,000 for his website.

Here's a frightening fact.

He gets ZERO client from the website. Ouch!

When I checked his site, it's indeed visually appealing but misses
the "secret sauce" that I believe each website must have.

You see, each element (text and images) in my blog has its purpose.
It's a well planned.

In my blog, I have my happy face pasted at the upper right hand.

I didn't put my picture there because I love to see myself.

There are BIG reasons for that and I'll reveal it to you here.

First, statistics shows that the upper right hand is one of the
first part of website that gets lots of attention.

Without scrolling down, people will still see my picture.

Now if you're wondering, why a picture of me smiling?

Here's a BIGGIE.

Marketing experts have used this knowledge with great success for

The marketing whizzes for Coke, Pepsi and the rest of the soft
drink industry found out long ago that adding happy, smiling faces
to their imagery would increase sales of their products.

The idea is a simple, but effective one. If Joe Consumer associates
happy people with Coke, then he will make the subconscious
assumption that he, too, will be much happier if he drinks a Coke.

Ideally, you want your customers to be in the picture, but if you
don't have one, like in my case, just put your happy face in ANY of
your marketing materials.

If people associate happy images with your products, they may
assume that purchasing your products or services will make them
happy as well.

These are some of the client persuasion techniques that I'll reveal
in my workshop. Techniques that will naturally attract clients to
your business.

This workshop will be limited to 30 people only.


To more "high-quality" clients,
Jon Orana

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