June 19, 2024

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And the Lucky Number Is – Extreme Sales Marketing Strategy Analysis Information

How does analysis information portray a dynamic effect of using the correct lucky number? Is this really extreme sales marketing strategy analysis or am I sitting in a ramshackle kid’s playhouse with a diaper, playing an old etch-a-sketch game? Use this info and be the judge.

Every since humanity you have witnessed the fascination with number picking, astrology, and tarot cards. Certain weekly players use the same combination of “lucky” lottery numbers their entire lifetime, trying to twist fate into their favor. Of course, every so often, there is a situation of chance entering the normal pattern of life..

A number of years back I was playing a progressive slot machine setup that only took two quarters at once. Hundreds of people walked transparently by me seeking their own fame and fortune. My machine was just plain stupid, it quietly spit out enough handfuls of quarters making it impossible to lose my $25.00 investment. Finally one gold diamond came down, followed by a second, and then yes the third gold diamond figure stuck right in the slot. My machine went crazy with noise, people around me went crazy, I maintained sanity but winning over $23,000.00 sure felt nice. In the hour’s time to get paid off, hundreds of people wanted to touch my arm. I could have easily sold “lucky” quarters for $10.00 each. This was just plain & simple luck, nothing worth writing a book about.

After around 4 years in insurance selling, I started an analysis of my clients reactions to see if a lucky number existed. It did. My extreme sales marketing strategy analysis provided the information that worked time and time again. I know you think I am probably hanging by a tree branch writing this, but I am going to give you the info so you can prove it to yourself.

To make it easier to understand, envision a no price haggle garage sale, where every item runs in 10 cent amounts from a dime to a dollar. Mark exactly half of your 200 little items with the even numbers of 20, 40, 60, and 80 cents, and one dollar, (even numbers). The other equal amount of items sticker at 10,30,50,70, and 90 cents, (odd numbers). I can predict, if priced properly, how many items from each group sell. Say 100 items sell, 30{b5271943e17dd97dcded82632e818dabbc62c3d3bd5fa50d83532f0f6a236ecb} will be those that have a even number price, 70{b5271943e17dd97dcded82632e818dabbc62c3d3bd5fa50d83532f0f6a236ecb} will sell priced at the odd numbers. Want insurance on selling items with a higher price? Put a price tag of $7.00, $17.00, $27.00 on the majority of them.

In selling insurance or left over goods, the extreme magic number is always an odd one, and when possible, it includes a 7. Which sounds better, “There are 5 good reasons why you need this,” or “These are the 3 main reasons others purchase this plan?” Again, choose the best sounding statement. “Around half my clients are in your same age bracket.” Alternatively, pick, “It might sound peculiar but 7 out of 10 of my clients are in your age bracket.” Numbers selected actually do work wonders. I am more likely to be a sucker for an item selling for $23.77 monthly than one costing $22.98 monthly.

After you are through having your client fill out the application, and after collecting the money, tell them about how you purposely use the numbers game. Let them think this information was the way you, the magical number guru snatched the sale. Never reveal your other carefully executed insurance sales marketing analysis methods.

Using this odd method will enhance your sales, as lucky sevens are always new to your client no matter how routine they become to you. Remember the number game only works on human interaction.