The Technique Used Throughout History That Gives Your Business Tremendous Advantage

By: Darcy Juarez on: March 6th, 2014 1 Comment

This weekend you have a free opportunity to grow your business.

Dave Dee is presenting a free live webinar broadcast that will reveal the secrets for attracting a flood of your ideal clients in 60 days or less using Magnetic Marketing. (You can scoop up one of the few remaining spots by going to www.gkic.com/mmwebinar .)

I believe you’ll take advantage of this. Why? Because the fact you are reading this tells me you are the type of marketer who is constantly looking to improve your marketing results.  Someone who wants to ensure that every one of your campaigns brings in the maximum ROI.

With that in mind, today I want to discuss a tactic that will give you one of the best advantages I know for persuading your audience to buy your product or service.

It’s one of the reasons Magnetic Marketing has worked predictably and reliably for over 22 years.

It’s the same idea that great copywriters use to generate millions of dollars with the copy they write.

The best speakers use this tactic too. So do parents I know.

And if you employ it, you too will generate more response and larger profits—consistently.

This technique has been used throughout history to ensure a message is heard and understood.

The idea?

“Say it. Say it again. And then repeat it a third time.”

Winston Churchill summed it up when he said, “If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time—a tremendous whack.”

And that’s what Magnetic Marketing does. It teaches you how to “whack” away at customers so they get your message.

Great copywriters, speakers and even parents find different ways to deliver what is essentially the same message so that eventually the reader or listener hears and understands the point you are trying to make.

While repeating important ideas is the big idea Churchill was trying to make here, there are a few more take-a-ways that will help you be even more successful when using this idea in your own marketing.

1)     Don’t use clever wordplay.  Clarity is paramount. While it’s tempting to be clever or cute or witty, realize that cleverness often creates confusion. Use words that give your message maximum clarity and you’ll deliver a more powerful punch. (Tweet this!)

2)     Develop your big idea. It’s not always easy to find, but if you take the time to find the one big important idea that will have the strongest impact on your audience, it will pay off. This is what will grab your customer’s attention and set you apart from the competition. (You’ll learn more about how to do this in the free webinar.)

3)     Be persistent. The truth is you can’t repeat yourself too many times. So just because someone didn’t respond the first time doesn’t mean they aren’t interested. It might just mean they didn’t get the message.  So deliver your message. Then deliver it again. And again. Often just about the time you think you should give up, your customers will respond in the greatest numbers.

There’s no scientific reason why three is the right number to try, it just is. Two isn’t enough but four seems too many. And as the saying goes, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try and try again.”

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    ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

    Darcy Juarez has created marketing systems in the direct response and information marketing world that have gained national attention. As the Director of Marketing for GKIC , Darcy has taught thousands of business owners her step-by-step strategies for creating their own success and obtaining more time and more profits. For more money-making marketing tips, tactics and strategies, go to www.GKIC.com

    One Response

    1. Princewill says:

      Clarity is indeed paramount, I would want to understand what you are saying when you are trying to market a particular product instead of using big grammar to evade possible question which in most cases brings up more questions..

      Try, Try,Try again that’s just the way about it, don’t give up when you have tried one or two times, it has been said that a customer who probably doesn’t a hoot a product may likely get to try that product when it continues showing up in his/her face, I have been a victim of this.. So it’s always wise to keep hammering it reapetdly… Thanks for sharing on kingged.com

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