Julie buys items from this company, Decor Steals that actually uses the word “addict” in their advertising.
This company’s strategy is ingenious. They have daily steals with a built in timer. Once the deal is gone, it’s gone.
They let you know about it via email and social media. And with increasing urgency as the deadline gets closer.
And their customers keep buying, day after day.
Because this addiction is delightful to the customer the company has actually made “addict” part of their marketing message.
Whether or not you like their tchotchkes is not the point.
Because what they are actually doing is using the ingenious 5-step formula that I gave away for free here. If you haven’t watched the video or downloaded the PDF yet, click on over. It’s free and lays out the Decor Steals business model for you to make your very own.
(Hint: They are using Steps 2, 3, 4, and 5 with the Daily Steal model.)
I believe the material in that 12-minute training is as valuable as any expensive course you can find on the Internet. It will save you years of wasted time if you apply it correctly.
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