It’s hilarious the insane shit people are willing to do to steal their competition’s customers.
Buckle your seatbelts and lemme tell you a story.
A few years back an old friend of mine was taking a stroll with his ( then ) girlfriend. Damn she was hot…ahem, getting back on track, the sweet couple was walking when a group of guys pulled over right next to them. And started driving at their pace.
The bastards then tried using their car to steal the girl from my buddy. Claiming their wheels meant they had moar moolah than her boyfriend…
I think the morons spent about five minutes trying to convince her why they where a better pick.
The loosers then drove off after realising the girl wasn’t gonna budge…
Listen, before this becomes a post on teenage dating woes, I have to point out how you have actual businesses and coaches making the same retarded mistake these losers made.
You see, slandering your competition isn’t a sign of confidence.
It’s a sign of having such little faith in your own product you have to point out the faults in your rival’s product to compensate.
Makes you look like an insecure teenager who couldn’t get a date unless he slung mud at the hottest guy in school. Just to make himself feel good about his 1 inch wiener…
Don’t do this.
There are smarter ways to go about stealing your competitor’s customers from him. While leaving sobbing like a little bitch.
And if you want to implement some of those strategies in your copy, hit me up for a quick strategy session over at:
Or just email me at jaymakoni [at] outlook.com
And we’ll discuss your current strategy, and how to inject it with maximum powah!
PS- I swear if my friend ever finds out I shared this tale, he’s gonna cut my balls off…
Meh, the stuff I do to make sure you’re ahead of the pack…