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Sixty years ago this month, in July of 1954, music history was made when the then unknown Elvis Presley recorded the first commercial song of his career.
The song—“That’s All Right (Mama)” set him on a path to superstardom.
In fact, many still consider him to be the undisputed King of Rock and Roll.
Elvis still holds records for “the most Top 40 hits (114), the most Top 10 hits (40) and the most weeks at Number One (80).” (These is for the Pop charts and only in America. He was also a leading artist in American country, R&B, and gospel fields and his chart success in other countries was substantial.)
In fact, in 2004, the Recording Industry Association of America announced that Elvis had become the bestselling solo artist in history.
Twe-e-e-n-t-y-seven years after his death.
Even in death, his stature grows.
Graceland, Elvis’ white columned mansion and estate, has become one of the most visited private homes in America with over 600,000 visitors every year paying anywhere from $15 to $72 to tour the home. And according to Elvis Presley Enterprises is one of the five most visited home tours in the United States, and is the most famous home in America after the White House.
After fans tour Graceland, they are turned loose to shop in the Graceland gift shops.
In 2012, overall Elvis business, including royalties and licensing, totaled $57.3 million.
Search for “Elvis souvenirs” in Google and you’ll get 1,060,000 results. In fact, there are whole businesses created for the sole purpose of selling Elvis items such as “Elvisly Yours” and “Elvis Collectibles.”
Visit Elvis fans’ homes and you’ll find whole shrines built around him—with posters, paintings, collectibles and framed pictures. Some fans even attribute a sacred character to certain objects associated with Elvis. Extreme fans go so far as to collect items from Elvis’ personal life such as toenails and his used water cups.
Fans recount stories of Elvis and re-tell his life story.
Every year there are pilgrimages to Memphis on Elvis’ birthday (January 8th) and the anniversary of his death (August 16th).
The man has a herd of committed followers, that’s for sure.
And while I’d probably apply for a restraining order if someone expressed interest in collecting my toenail clippings for display in their house, can you imagine developing a loyal following like that?
What would that do for your business?
Fans that continue to buy and re-buy your products or re-packaged items and build shrines in their homes of you for the entire world to see—spreading the word about how great you are.
What would that do for your bottom line?
Well we might not be able to get you quite to “Elvis stature,” but we can help you discover how to build a relationship with your customers so that they will want their pictures taken with you and will build mini-shrines at home or in their office.
This is the kind of herd you want to build. Because a herd like that will stay with you forever.
Isn’t that what you want?
So exactly what should you do to build a loyal herd?
Here are four things you can do to build a big, loyal following starting today:
Target the people most likely to benefit from your product or service. When building your list, create offers which your target audience are most likely to receive an IMMEDIATE result. People who have success quickly using your products or services are more likely to trust that they will get results with future purchases from you. This can turn them into hyper-responsive and loyal fans.
Attract your BEST prospects. Who are your ideal clients, customers, or patients? Create a system for attracting these customers and these alone. One mistake I often see is that business owners think they should try and attract as many people as possible. As a result, what happens is you end up with people who are not a good fit for you or are “bad apples” that talk bad about your product or service. This only hurts you. Focus on the people who will love what you have to offer and avoid the rest.
Use both offline AND online list-building methods. It’s tempting to rely on online methods only to build your list, but you’ll build a much bigger and better list if you combine both online and offline. Plus you’ll build your list faster.
Invest in relationship building strategies. If you want your list to stick around for years and years and continue buying from you, you’ll want to spend time and money investing in the types of marketing that will build your relationships with your list such as giving them great, relevant, and free content or following up after a purchase to see if they have any questions about how to use their purchase.
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One of my favorite traditions is spending one on one time individually with each of my kids.
Whether it’s taking my son to a major league baseball game or taking my daughter to the theater to watch a Broadway show, I love spending time alone with each of them and being truly present when we are together.
Years ago, it wasn’t that way. I still spent one on one time with each of my kids, but not really “be with them” because I was worried about money or where my next client was coming from. I spent more time focused on worrying than on what was really important.
Now that I have systems in place that work like clockwork to attract my ideal clients, my life and income are different.
More importantly, my relationship with my children is better and even more rewarding since I now focus on them entirely during this special time with them.
There is actually a great sales and persuasion secret hidden in my story.
The key here is in the outcome—that our relationship is more rewarding.
Not only do good things happen when I’m with my children, but I find that because of this sales and persusasion secret, good stuff happens everywhere I go. For example, I’ll go to a restaurant and get a free dessert. Or I’ll go the theater and my seats will be upgraded.
How does this happen? Well, whether I’m hanging with my kids or out getting a steak at my favorite restaurant, I am very friendly, I am present, I ask questions AND I bring people into my reality. This is cool stuff so let me explain each piece of the puzzle so that you can use these techniques to make your customer relationships more rewarding.
1) Be fully present: As I mentioned earlier, I used to not be fully present when I was spending this special one on one time with each of my kids. I was too distracted by worry.
Now, I really listen to people and am truly interested in what they have to say (whether it’s my son or a client.) When I speak to clients, I block everything else out and focus on just them.
Most people are never present. They are too busy thinking about what they are going to say or worse, their mind is completely somewhere else. People can feel when you are really listening to them and when you are pretending to listen to them.
2) Be friendly: Not that I would be unfriendly with my kids, but when I was worried about money and my business, I could be a bit cranky at times. Smile and look people in the eyes. I mean REALLY look into the eyes of your prospects and customers. Also, project positive and fun energy. You know the guy or gal that is always positive and the life of the party—the one that everyone wants to be around? Be THAT person.
3) Ask questions. When I’m with my kids, I ask questions that help me get to know a ton about their dreams, goals and desires.
The cornerstone of sales is asking questions. Instead of using traditional, old-fashioned sales training questions which are self-serving and highly manipulative, ask questions that are designed to learn about what your prospect wants, needs and desires on a deep level.
4) Bring people into your reality. After I ask questions to my kids and they open up about what is going on in their lives, I open myself up to them. For example, I might tell a story about a challenging situation I was in when working with a client or tell them an embarrassing story about something that happened to me when I was their age. By opening myself up and sharing personal things, they not only are brought into my reality, but they feel more comfortable with opening up to me.
When talking to a prospect or customer, you can do the same thing. For instance, a dentist might tell a story about when he had to have one of his own teeth repaired or personal trainer might tell a story about being overweight and how lifting weights changed his life. When you can bring people into your own reality and share your own vulnerability, people will connect with you more.
It’s important to note that when I’m with my kids or in any situation where I’m at a restaurant, theater, etc. I’m NOT looking to get anything. I’m not trying to manipulate my kids or get people to give me free stuff.
Good stuff just happens as result of what I do. As I’ve said before, the difference between manipulation and persuasion is intent.
My intent in all of these cases was simply to have fun, make people laugh and feel good. In a selling situation your intent should be NOT to just sell your product or service at all costs, but rather to find a solution to your prospects problems and to fulfill their wants needs and desires. This will result is MORE SALES than if you focus on just selling your product.
HUGE: You want to be externally focused NOT internally focused when selling.
Re-read the four points above and you will see they are all externally focused, focused on my kids or the people I was communicating with.
I would love to hear your thoughts on this post. Comment below.
NOTE: Tomorrow, Friday July 25th, I’m going to be speaking with Boardroom Publishing’s Brian Kurtz. Click here to join in live for FREE.
If you don’t know who Brian is but you like the simple idea of sending out a piece of mail and making money in return then you NEED to be on this call. Brian Kurtz has generated over $150,000,000 in sales by using direct response marketing. Tomorrow he’ll reveal some of his strategies including giving you a glimpse into…
☞ DETAILS of a “Product Launch” selling over 200,000 units.
☞ His “Ah-Ha! Moment” about doing research to pick ‘The Next Big Thing’ to promote to his subscribers and customers.
☞ Lessons Learned in the Mailing List Business in the 1980’s that are WORTH MILLIONS TODAY in extracting huge profits and great customers from available databases.
☞ What it’s like to work with The Best Copywriters and how to get them to compete with each other for your benefit.
☞ How ANY author can stay out of the bookstore and make a fortune “direct to consumer.”
☞ AND much, much more…
Anyway, this is a one-time only live call and you’ll have the chance to ask him your questions. Click here now to get the details and mark your calendar for tomorrow!
When he started out, he had no idea he was going into marketing.
An English major, he thought he was going to be an editor or a writer or something.
But when he applied for this little publishing company that published newsletters and books, that type of job wasn’t available. So he took a job with in-house list management instead.
That was 33 years ago.
In less than a decade that “little company” did over $100 million in revenue. Its revenues now stand at $150 million dollars a year. If you look at his product portfolio today you’ll see that it includes THE LARGEST paid subscription newsletters in its category in America, built from scratch.
You may even recognize some of the publications that he helped make into giants such as BottomLine Personal Newsletter, BottomLine Health, Boardroom Reports and famous books such as The 30-Day Diabetes Cure.
I’m, of course, talking about one of the most respected business builders and company leaders in the professional direct marketing community—Brian Kurtz. (I’ve got an exclusive live interview with Brian this Friday the 25th…click here to listen live)
Brian says he got a fantastic education by learning direct marketing from the list side of things. He also shares what he learned early on from direct marketing pioneer and consultant Dick Benson who told him “no one ever spends enough time on lists.”
The problem with email is that because it is so cheap to send, often businesses send emails without much regard to timing and what order they send promotions and so forth. But because of the costs of direct mail, Brian found that you have to be very disciplined about these sorts of things. And here’s the thing: if you pay more attention to certain items with your list, whether you are sending direct mail or marketing to your list online, you will improve your response rate.
Here are three things you can learn from your lists that will help you improve your response rate.
1) Where are the markets? You have the ability to segment your lists and test them. That means that if you start with a small segment, testing things and finding what gets a good response, you’ll be able to find other names that are similar. For example, let’s say in testing you discover that married couples with children in school and live in the suburbs respond well to your offer. Once you have that information, you can search those names out which fit that criteria in much larger universal lists.
2) What is in demand in those markets? You can learn a lot by how a name gets on a list and by the feedback for what you are doing.
For example, let’s say you send out a series of emails to one part of your list and a direct mail piece to the rest of your list. Your best response comes from the people who were sent your direct mail piece (a sales letter mailed out in a number 10 envelope with a buy one get one free offer.)
This tells you a lot about how they will respond—meaning your list responded better to direct mail than to email. You can even test types of packages. So in this case, even if the demographics are slightly off, if the response is good to certain type of package and offer, then it will be good to other similar formats and offers too.
3) What products do people want? One thing is certain about direct response advertising—it’s measurable. Back in the earlier days of Boardroom, after trying several different models, a successful model was discovered. Previously Boardroom tried selling a series of different business books that were made with various people they had met over the years. These books were about various subjects, but none of them became that big.
Then they put together a book called the Book of Business Knowledge. This was basically Boardroom’s greatest hits. When this did so well, it became the model they would use to sell millions of books. They did the same thing with newsletters. They figured out from their list what people wanted and then created the product to match it.
Spend time learning from your lists. When you do, you will find that you know more about your target audience, what they want and what they respond to. And in doing so, you’ll be able to market better to them which means you’ll get a much better response.
NOTE: You can get the full inside story from Brian Kurtz including—insider facts and statistics, methods, product idea process, list sources and more—the kind of information that comes from 33 years’ experience actually selling millions of dollars of books and newsletters to paying customers in multiple categories—at this year’s InfoSUMMIT. Don’t miss seeing Brian live and in person –and if you hurry you can still receive an early bird discount at www.gkic.com/infosummit
In the meantime, Brian Kurtz will be on with me live on Friday. Click here to listen in…
In the brand new course the “Power of Copy Unleashed, How To Create Offers Your Customers, Clients and Patients are Powerless to Resist” I give out my Top Ten Rules For Writing An Effective Headline.
While I don’t have time to go into all of them here, I’ll share the three rules that I see people getting wrong the most.
Before I do that thought I want to reiterate something you’ve probably heard before AND is soooooo important to really understand. Remember…Your headline is an ad for your ad.
It doesn’t matter how stellar your copy is or how wonderful your offer is. If your headline doesn’t pull in your prospect, it DOES NOT MATTER.
Many of the best copywriters in the world spend the majority of their time writing out and testing different headlines. Simply changing your headline can increase your response rate by 300% or more. That’s why yesterday I shared some of my favorite headline formulas. If you missed that just click here.
There are many different formulas for writing good headlines and in “The Power Of Copy Unleashed…” I share 18 of them. That said, you can still create your own formulas but they must follow a number of rules if you want to maximize your results. Here are the three rules I see people breaking most often and it’s costing them thousands or tens of thousands of dollars!
First…Your name as a headline is a deadline.
Don’t use your name or your company’s name as a headline. So many people say things like “Top Five Reasons to Shop at Dave’s Magic Shop.” This will absolutely kill your response when you compare it to a benefit oriented headline like “Top Five Things You Must Look For In A Good Magic Shop.” Now there are exceptions to this rule but in 99% of situations, avoid using your name, your company’s name or our product or service in the headline.
Second…Do NOT send out or hand out any piece of printed material, publish a landing page or have any advertisement that does not have a headline. Ever!
If you’re interested in making sales and having people actually read or listen to you, then you MUST have a headline. I’d encourage you to go to your mail pile right now and see how many ads actually contain a headline. Most will not. That’s why most people say get a .1% response rate is good. Good to most websites that are truing to sell something right now and look for a headline, again, most don’t have this. This is like sending out an e-mail without a subject line (which by the way is the headline for your e-mail.) Never…Ever…Ever have an ad without a headline. Print, online, video, radio, just don’t do it.
Lastly…“Quotation marks around the headline” have been shown to increase response.
Why? Who the heck knows? But it works so do it. I could share my theory here or why it works but in all honesty it really doesn’t matter why, only that it does. Now that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t test this, but most people aren’t going to test things so use best practices unless you find that for your audience something else works better.
Anyway, start with those three and if you’re really into learning more about creating messages that sell like crazy then check out “Power of Copy Unleashed, How To Create Offers Your Customers, Clients and Patients are Powerless to Resist” where among other things I go though all ten of my headline rules, provide 18 different headline formulas and much much more.
Until then this is Dave Dee signing off and saying “Kick Butt and Make Mucho DeeNero!”
Note: This is the type of stuff I reveal at every single GKIC Two Day Fast Implementation Bootcamp, plus we actually have you write various ads, marketing pieces, e-mails etc…all designed to help you make more money the day you get back. It’s an absolute FREE event for members and just $497 for non-members. If you’re interested we still have slots at our September and December Bootcamps. Click here to learn more.
Recently I had an interesting conversation with one of our GKIC copywriters about how she cut down her writing time by 75 percent and skyrocketed conversion literally overnight.
About six months into her intense study as a copywriter (dedicating about 20 hours a week learning her craft) she was still spending hours and hours just to write a headline for a salesletter. (A headline is like the hook at the beginning of a story. It captures a reader’s attention and gets them to read farther into the promotion.)
In her mind “getting the headline right” was the difference between hooking a big client or not. Sometimes she would spend days on what amounted to a few lines of copy.
But then something happened that changed everything for her.
She went from taking days to write a killer headline, to coming up with several of them in just minutes
I’m hesitant to even tell you what made the difference. Because it’s such a simple idea, I’m afraid you might dismiss it.
So before I tell you what she did, I want to tell you why you shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss this.
You see not only did she get much faster at writing, she got much better at it too—overnight.
So what was it that caused this transformation?
Templates and Formulas! Yup that’s it.
Now mind you, she had been given full instruction on what to include and not include in a headline. She had been taught about keeping your target audience in mind when crafting your headline. She knew about the different types of headlines you could write. And much more.
But she never had someone give her a straight forward template to use.
The template gave her the ability to write like a top copywriter instantly. It guided her to make the right decisions. Plus, because she was following a template (and not staring at a blank page), she could write much, much faster. And on top of that, the template was created by a well-respected and VERY successful copywriter, so she started writing with a lot more confidence.
Here’s the thing about copywriting. You should never start with a blank page. And it’s always a good idea to have a template to follow to make sure you get the structure correct.
Because while direct response marketing allows you to reach the people and businesses most likely to buy your products and services…the promotions sent need to convey the right message and say the right things. And it needs to be structured in the right way and be written to make the prospective buyer take action.
So if you’re not using well-structured, proven templates to create your copy, you should start. You’ll be amazed at how much it will improve your success.
Here I’ll give you three of my favorite headline templates…
1. “What Everybody Ought To Know About _______________”
I like this one because it’s so simple. For example if you’re a dentist who specializes in dental implants then your headline can simply be “What Everybody Ought To Know About Dental Implants.” This can be used by virtually any service provider from attorneys and accountants to real estate agents and carpet cleaners.
2. “Discover How __________, __________ and ____________”
Ok so say you’re a personal trainer or sell a workout program a weight loss system. Then use something like “Discover How To Burn More Fat, Build More Muscle And Still Eat The Foods You Love.” It’s so easy because all you need to do is put your biggest three benefits in the headline.
3. “Why Is This _____________ Giving Away Over $________ Worth Of ________________ For Free?”
This one is great for brick and mortar business to be used as lead generation. This can really boost the effectiveness of your ads and drive down the cost of new customer acquisition. Say you’re a restaurant then try something like “Why is Dipietro’s Ristorante Giving Away Over $10,000 Worth Of Fine Italian Cuisine For Free?” This one works for virtually any brick and mortar business!
So if you find yourself struggling to create effective ads, and sales messages in a short time you need to be on the lookout for proven templates and formulas that’ll drive your ideal customers, clients and patients to you. Quick hint…keep reading below
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“I need help building my list!”
This is a universal problem that virtually every business owner has and it’s the number one thing we’re told by you that you need help with.
This is a great thing for two reasons…first off it tells us you understand the value of a list. Recently I was in Chicago and went to a restaurant called Carnivale with Darcy and “the jewel” (aka Mike.)
It’s one of Mikes favorite places to eat but just about every time he goes there he uses a discount offer from a daily deal site because they advertise on there all the time (I won’t go into the Jewel being a cheapskate here). Even though he’s been to Carnivale a number of times, not once have they asked him for his information so they could follow up directly with him. Instead they rely on using high-cost daily deal sites to get customers instead of simply going to their own list. Most people aren’t even aware that they need a list.
So simply by asking this question it implies you understand the value of having a list and that’s good news.
Secondly…and really more importantly, it’s a great problem because it’s one that can be solved.
Easily, and in a variety of ways!
One of my friends who is an online list-building “guru” recently released a video showing the four steps to creating a list building machine. In one example he shows how they took a virtually “dead” blog and now drive over 10,000 visitors a day to it, and more important capture contact information from over 600 new visitors EVERY day!
You can watch the entire video by clicking here and below I’ll share with my best take-a-ways. This particular video is all about using your blog as the center of your lead attraction universe. If you don’t have a blog, he shares resources you can use to start one immediately, for FREE. Now for the four steps.
1. Create a Stand Alone Opt-in Page. Too many people make the mistake of driving traffic to their blog and hoping that an ad on the right hand side will get people to opt-in, or subscribe to their blog.
In reality, using text throughout the blog article telling people how to subscribe and making a clickable link will convert 10x-15x as many people into subscribers. This is sooooo important because if someone finds your blog through a search engine, chances are they may never find it again when left on their own, so you NEED to capture their information the first time they come. Jeff describes various ways to do that here.
2. Sell Visitors On Why They Should Join Your List. Let’s face it. We all get plenty of e-mail so we’re really not looking to subscribe to more lists…UNLESS it’s something you’re very interested in, something entertaining, or something that will be helpful to you.
For instance if I went to a blog and they said “Sign up to get the latest reviews for the best restaurants in the country, shared with you in a fun and interesting way, and get exclusive notifications of new openings and special promotions in your area!” I might subscribe to that because they really “sold” me on why I should subscribe. Chances are most won’t try and “sell” me on subscribing and simply say “Sign up for our e-newsletter.” No, thanks. Not interesting.
3. Split Test Everything!!! We all know we should test different things in our ads and our marketing but most of us really don’t do this because we’re not sure how or what to test. Jeff goes through a list of 7 things to test and shows you the tools he uses to do this easily and quickly on his video here. While I can’t go into all seven the top two you should test even if you test nothing else are your “Headlines” and your “Call’s-To-Action.”
If you do nothing else first test your headline because this is what determines if people will even read or listen to the next thing you have to say. If you send out e-mails your subject line should be viewed as your headline. In a radio, or TV ad it’s the first sentence people hear. You need them to listen, read, or watch if you’re going to convert them into a customer, client or patient so start with testing your headlines.
Then Jeff says to test your call-to-action because this is where the rubber meets the road and people decide to continue their journey with you, or leave you penniless on the side of the road. You might be surprised at some of the simple tests he ran and their results.
4. Make Your Opt-in Page Easy To Find! You don’t want people to need to search to subscribe to your blog, e-mail list, mailing list etc…you need to present it up front and often.
You may think it’s easy to find because you created a button or have a link in your header, but why not have it in multiple places. Here Jeff shows you five different places you can advertise your opt-in page and the benefits of the different strategies.
Obviously in this blog, I’ve used this simple strategy and made it virtually impossible for you to read this without being presented multiple times with the opportunity to check out Jeff’s full training.
Anyhow, those were my take-a-ways from his free training video. If you have a few minutes (about twenty actually) check it out. Even if you don’t have a blog, or aren’t marketing online you’ll get useful tips you can apply to virtually any media. Leave a comment below after you watch Jeff’s video and let me know what your biggest take-a-ways are.
Each year we hold a special competition that represents some of the best examples of how our members our using GKIC-style marketing to get results.
In case you aren’t familiar with our Marketer of the Year competition, the award celebrates the marketing achievements of small business owners and entrepreneurs who have used GKIC-style marketing to grow their business and achieve extraordinary financial increases in their bottom line.
The winner receives thousands of dollars in cash prizes plus an all-expenses paid weekend where they get specific advice about their business from Dan Kennedy himself.
It’s always exciting to see all the different ways GKIC marketing is applied in these competitions. From professional services like doctors and dentists to brick and mortar businesses to coaches and consultants to info-marketers.
But, although the types of businesses vary, there are some universal principles that seem to crop up year after year.
Here’s some advice from past Marketer of the Year (MOY) finalists and winners:
Start with a plan. MOY Finalist Mark Mehling says he used to be a “hunter” with no plan. He says he spent most of his time doing “random acts of marketing” which caused him to waste a lot of energy and money trying to figure out what to do and how to market.
Not only was Mark able to double what he was charging clients and increase his income significantly, but he was able to trade in time-consuming “nickel and diming” problem clients for high-end, affluent prospects who understood what Mark was doing and wanted to be a part of it.
He says when he first started with GKIC, it took him some time to “get it.” But when the light bulb really went on was when he went to Fast Implementation Boot Camp. Mark says Boot Camp gives you a plan that makes it easy to implement without having to figure that plan out for yourself.
Focus on a niche. MOY Finalist Dr. Donna Galante’s orthodontic practice was in big trouble when after steady growth from 1997 to 2007, her business suddenly tanked, losing 30% of her revenue in 12 months’ time.
She began thinking about how she could niche her practice and zeroed in on Invisalign, a proprietary orthodontic treatment which uses clear, removable teeth aligners as an alternative to traditional braces. She began implementing GKIC-style marketing like crazy and went from being one of the lowest Invisalign producers to one of the top 1% producers nationwide in 18 months.
She says that her most successful marketing strategy has been to completely revamp her customers’ experience with things such as a customized newsletter and writing a book that she distributes in offices and places visited frequently by mom’s and people who would want straight teeth.
Pick one good idea and just do it. MOY Winner Rick Schaeffer started a new medical practice and was able to grow it from zero to $1.1 million dollars per month in only 11 months’ time. He says the key to his success was massive action and commitment.
His best advice? He says, “Pick one good idea, just one, and implement it right now. Then commit to it and keep doing it and don’t ever stop. Once you have one marketing strategy implemented, choose another and commit fully to it.
Don’t reinvent the wheel: Swipe & Deploy. MOY Winner Walter Bergeron showcased results of $1,120,197 in additional lifetime client sales within just 90 days of implementing GKIC-style marketing.
Walter attributes his success to a leap of faith he took in that what he was being taught by GKIC actually works. He says once he simply followed the instructions and swiped and deployed the marketing ideas provided by GKIC he transformed his business and experienced life-changing results very quickly.
Of course every year the biggest theme of all is Implement, Implement, Implement.
If you’d like to experience bigger success FASTER, then take the advice from our MOY winners and finalists and maybe next year I’ll see YOU in the winner’s circle.
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