“Here’s a Simple Idea That Will Make You Money” is a pitch that I’ve used for years to catch my clients’ attention.
The moment I said it, their ears were wide open, like the old RCA Victor Dog listening to his owner’s voice for the first time on a gramophone.
The reason is simple: money is one of the most powerful motivators in the world.
That’s because everyone wants to have more money, save more money, and invest more money. This is why the phrase “Here’s a simple idea that will make you money” is so effective at capturing my clients’ attention.
It taps into a universal desire and offers the promise of something valuable. In my case, it was crafting a direct mail package, email, or landing page that would generate a boost in sales.
To create an attention-grabbing pitch, email, landing page, or VSL it’s important to follow these four key points:
Make it simple:
People are bombarded with information and messages every day, so if your pitch is too complex, they’ll quickly tune out. You want to make it easy for your audience to understand and act upon your message. Keep it short and sweet, use simple language, focus on the benefits, and use visuals to help simplify your message.
Know your audience:
Before you can create a compelling tease, you need to understand your audience.
- Who are they?
- What are their needs and desires?
- What challenges are they facing?
By taking the time to research and understand your target market, you can create a tease that speaks directly to their interests and concerns. For example, if you’re targeting entrepreneurs, you might focus on ways to increase revenue or streamline operations.
Make a big promise:
Your tease should offer a big promise that will capture your audience’s attention. This promise should be specific, tangible, and easy to understand.
For example, instead of saying “Here’s a simple idea that will help you save money,” you might say “Here’s a simple idea that will save you $1,000 in just one month.” This promise is specific, tangible, and offers a clear benefit to the reader.
Create a sense of urgency:
People are more likely to take action when there’s a sense of urgency involved. By creating a sense of urgency in your tease, you can encourage your audience to take action and engage with your content.
For example, you might say “Here’s a simple idea that will make you money in the next 24 hours” just like I did with the title of this post. This creates a sense of urgency and encourages your audience to act quickly.
Finally, it’s important to be authentic and deliver on your promise.
If you promise to help your audience make money, your content should actually provide valuable ideas and strategies for doing so. If you overpromise and underdeliver, your audience will quickly lose trust in you and your brand. Be honest, and transparent, and deliver on your promises.
The bottom line here is this: “Here’s a simple idea that will make you money” is a powerful attention-grabbing concept that can draw people in and pique their interest to open your emails, watch your videos, and read your landing page.
By understanding your audience, making your pitch simple, making a big promise, creating a sense of urgency, and being authentic, you can craft a tease that truly resonates with your audience and delivers real value.
Put it to work today and it can make you money in 24 hours! I’ve come up with a foolproof way to do just that.
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All good wishes,
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