Let’s face it, it’s human nature to procrastinate.
This is almost always true when whatever we’re procrastinating has some risk attached to it.
One of the biggest, ongoing challenges for online marketers and entrepreneurs is figuring out how to deal with the fact that people often wait until the very last second to make decisions and take action.
In working to overcome this challenge as business owner, myself, I learned about some of the psychology behind why people procrastinate. When I finally understood that, I could leverage those principles of human psychology in my promotions to increase sales -- without being sleazy.
On Episode #113 of The Art of Paid Traffic, I’m talking with my friend Jack Born all about using urgency and scarcity in an authentic way to sell more products and services in your business.
Jack is the founder of Deadline Funnel, a software company that allows online marketers and entrepreneurs to...you guessed it, add urgency and scarcity to their promotions in an authentic way.
And while he’s mastered the art of getting people to take action and buy NOW, the real reason I invited Jack on the show is because I’m a big fan of his whole approach to this sort of stuff.
Of course, we talk about a ton of things you can do to increase sales with limited promotions. What I think you’ll appreciate most, though, is that our conversation keeps coming back to the theme of marketing and selling with authenticity and integrity.