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by Ryan Levesque

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In Ask, subtitled: The counterintuitive online formula to discover exactly what your customers want to buy...create a mass of raving fans...and take any business to the next level, marketing expert and business coach Ryan Levesque has a two-part story on online selling. In the first part he recounts his personal upbringing, education, health problems, success and failure in business. He not only discovered the fragility of human health, the difficulty of choosing between staying an employee of a large financial institution and taking the risk of entrepreneurship. After applying lessons from e.g. Timothy Ferriss (4 Hour Work Week), the 'you can do anything' way of life, he kicks off part 2. Here he shares his formulaic approach to take his sales funnel to actual sales through a series of surveys, email flows, free giveaways and teasers to get leads turn into buyers and earn a lot of money. Asking questions about both missed features or products, as well as enough data to know whether you are targeting the right pockets of leads and spending your online advertisement money wisely takes you there. Don't be surprised that the author applies the same throughout his book. Every other page you're asked to go online for bonus material and paid software offers. The book itself is free (you only have to pay S&H).
The Funnel Specialist has a lot of powerful insights in email list building and making profit out of any micro market or niche product that can be sold. His profits are impressive. Since we build a lot of enterprises on assumptions, Ask's main advice to ask the proper questions, analyze the data coming from surveys and then offer the right product to the right people at the right time is the better alternative. ( )
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When it comes to the way business is carried out online, the earth beneath our feet is shifting right now--and shifting quickly. The one-size-fits-all approach is fast becoming obsolete. More and more businesses are learning that the more they tailor-make the messages they put on their sites, as well as how they interact with every single user, the more satisfied customers get--and the more they earn.… (more)

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