I swear it’s getting harder and harder to do anything nice on the Internet without your prospects thinking you’re trying to backdoor them and pull a fast one…
Almost like how a few years ago, when I asked my ex girlfriend to come over to my place in our first conversation ( we’d just met ) for some bedroom cha-cha she basically forced me to be upfront about what I wanted from her. I actually had to tell her how I found her cute and wanted to play hide the sausage with her.
None of that “let’s go out for lunch” bullshit most men use to ask women out indirectly before revealing their true intentions after spending enough money on the date to eclipse the GDP of smaller countries. Foolishly expecting the woman to return the favour by spreading her legs at the end of the date like she owed him for the date…
Moving on, the reason she asked me why I was asking her out is because, in her own words ” She hated men with hidden agendas. ” .
And it’s not just her either.
At this point it’s impossible to give a girl a bouquet of flowers without her questioning what your agenda is and may God ( or whoever you worship ) help you if you say ” it’s just because I felt like it “.
Now, here’s the funny part. The exact mass skepticism is also present in your prospects when it’s time to do a bit of good will for them. Whether you’re holding a giveaway, giving them a massive discount or just being generous with your core offer.
At this point they’ve been ripped off so many times you’re better assuming they think every deal they see is too good to be true.
Even yours. No, scratch that… ESPECIALLY YOURS.
And if you want to make sure your prospects are reassured there are no “hidden” agendas in your offer, you’re going to need strong sales copy and email which adress their fears directly and give them a damn good reason why you’re being so kind. This is the kind of copy I’ll craft for you if you join forces with me today. Just fire me an email over at:
or just hop on over to:
And let’s give your prospects a reason to believe you.