Reacting to Dan Lok's Three Boxes Pricing Strategy - Reaction Time 015

Reacting to Dan Lok’s Three Boxes Pricing Strategy – Reaction Time 015

Today we reacting to Dan Lok’s Three Boxes Pricing Strategy 🙂

00:00 Introductions.
04:38 Three boxes strategy.
11:11 Marketing is about giving your customer choices.
12:16 Pricing psychology.
15:19 Comments.
16:36 Conclusion.

Martin Henley
Hello there, my name is Martin Henley. This is the effective marketing content extravaganza. And if you’ve spent a second here, you will know that I’m on a mission to give you everything you need to be successful in your business. Providing that is what you need to be successful in your business is support with your sales and marketing. As far as I know, your sales and marketing is working, you’ve got the money to fix all the other problems you might have in your business. So what that’s about is me pulling in anyone I can find with experience to share that will support you to be successful in your business, we bring you the marketing news and we bring you the very worst and the very best marketing content from the internet and react to it. That is what today is about, today is reaction time.

Martin Henley
So the way this works is we have the Claylist which has been put together by Clay. So there will be six things on the Claylist and then we are going to randomly pick one of these things blind, I’ve got no idea what’s coming, what it is that I’m going to react to. So let’s do that. So here’s the list, there are 123456 things on the list. So what we need to do is we need to roll the dice can we do this? Okay, so here is the random roll, the roll dice roller at and if we roll the dice, the number is one. Okay, so you can see that the number is one.

Martin Henley
Okay, so is this sales techniques, how to get how to convince a customer to buy from you. I’ve referred to Dan Lok recently, and one of the one of the videos, he seems like a very nice guy. So I didn’t quite agree with what he was saying. Okay. So yeah, so this is Dan Lok seems like a nice guy didn’t quite agree with what he was. Now, I did agree he wasn’t saying anything wrong. When I referred to him in the one of the one of the videos. So sales techniques, how to convince a customer to buy from you. I’ve got experience of sales, I was a salesperson for 10 years. That’s what I did for the first 10 years of my working life, rather than 10 years after I graduated working life. So I was selling to people, I’ve got a view, you won’t be surprised to hear that I’ve got a view If you’ve spent any time here, you will know that I’ve got a view on everything.

Martin Henley
I think here’s what I think it’s the harder you have to work to convince somebody to buy from you. The least the less robust that sale is. So if they want to buy and you sell to them, that’s all good. I think that’s really good. Those will be your your strongest customers, there’ll be your best sales. If you have to convince if you have to persuade. If you have to cajole if you have to bully if you have to do too much work to get somebody to sell to buy from you, then the chances of that being the wrong sale or mis selling or them suffering buyer’s remorse and not being happy entirely with what it is that they fought. That goes up? Of course it does, because you’ve had to convince them. So that’s kind of what I think about convincing people to buy from you. But let’s not prejudge, Mr. Lok, let’s see what it is that he has to say.

Dan Lok
Would you like to convince more of your customers to buy more? I can convince more of your customers to buy more from you more often.

Martin Henley
100% That’s why we’re in sales and marketing. We want our customers to buy more from us more often more of our customers to buy more more often. 100% Great Start Mr. Lok

Dan Lok
Today I’m gonna teach you a simple but powerful sales technique that’s been proven to work in my various companies. It is very simple, something that you can apply today. It has nothing to do with gimmicks. It has nothing to do with yourself script it has to do with your offer. What are some simple things that you can tweak within your offer that you can put convince your customers to buy more from you. And that strategy is called the three boxes.

Dan Lok
Now, I want you to think about this, when you’re selling your product or service, that you have one choice, one option, when someone looks at your offer, all they could think all the consumers can think is, do I want to buy this? Or do I not want to buy this? So it’s a yes or no response. So now you’re thinking, Okay, can I afford this? Do I have a budget for this? They’re focusing on price.

Martin Henley

Martin Henley

Martin has built a reputation for having a no nonsense approach to sales and marketing and for motivating audiences with his wit, energy, enthusiasm and his own brand of audience participation.

Martin’s original content is based on his very current experience of running effective marketing initiatives for his customers and the feedback from Effective Marketing’s successful and popular marketing workshops.



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