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6 Powerful Principles to Turn Indifferent Prospects into Happy Customers Even If You Can’t Sell | Digital Solopreneur

Quick!

Tell me what’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word… Salesman.

Go!

Got it?

I bet they aren’t flattering. Words like “pushy”, “sleazy”, and “greedy” comes to mind.

It doesn’t have to be that way though. Here are 6 powerful persuasion principles to turn your indifferent prospects into happy customers MINUS they yucky salesman stigma.

Download: 6 Persuasion Principle (1-Page Summary)

Like this video? Tell me what’s your favorite principle and why. I’d love hearing your opinion. I read each and every one of them.

About the Author Allan

Allan is the founder of Digital Solopreneur. He believes that everyone can self-generate revenue by providing a positive impact through ethical email marketing. He runs an exclusive training program for serious email marketers. Click here to learn more

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  • shoden says:

    love this article! will try some of the techniques mentioned here.

  • Gary says:

    Scarcity…simple but very powerful way of persuading audience to act fast and not miss one time opportunity..having the feeling of regret s#(<$… 🙂

    • Allan says:

      Hi Gary,

      Yup, that’s one of my favorites. People are busy and sometimes, they need that trigger to take action and a deadline is a great tool for that. It works on me too!

  • jun says:

    This is very informative….Thanks Allan!

  • Lebert says:

    Hi Allan,

    Thank you for this!

    Honestly, I’m surprised that those tips are just that simpl but sometimes taken for granted.

    Anyway, I like all the principles but what struck me most is the Principle of Reciprocity. It’s like “Do unto others what you want others would do to you.”

    God bless!

    • Allan says:

      Hi Lebert,

      Galing no? I highly suggest you get his book “Influence” one of the best investments you can make when it comes to learning persuasion. Just use it for good 🙂

      Best,
      Allan

  • Anna Odessa Sionicio says:

    I like more about the principle of reciprocity. I can relate more to that. It’s returning the favor.. even if you don’t ask them to. Most Filipinos are like that. We grew that “utang na loob” is something that should be innate to us. In our family,our parent brought us to good schools, worked hard for us just to finish our studies, no matter what it takes. So, to give back to them..we say YES to immediately find a job to earn, to achieve our dreams for them. So, for me that is my favorite principle.

    Anyway, other principles are good too!

    • Allan says:

      Thanks, Anna! Yeah, reciprocity is indeed powerful. It’s really our human nature to return any favor we receive. Scarcity is one of my personal favorites. It takes me back to finishing homework when the deadline is near, so yeah, it works!

  • Francisoloroso says:

    Powerfull!!! I go for LIKING i think its the most easy, comfortable, and most powerfull of the 6.

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