The video is *really* quiet, so turn up your speakers to full 🙂

Dan Ariely's book Predictably Irrational is a superb dive into the psychology behind why people make the buying decisions that they do, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it at the beginning of 2011.

What is more interesting is that I inadvertently attracted his attention – he wrote a comment on my Mad Web Scientist – which is pretty cool in my books.

So what if you intentionally used this strategy? It might just work, particularly if you did a whole string of short videos detailing your thoughts on a particular author's work.

Now, have a think why that might be useful attention to get, and write your thoughts below, in the comments section.

A bientot!

Dez.

 

When someone posts a sales page claiming that they've got Facebook ads for near zero cost, I'm interested.

Now we both know there are scammers out there, but the *one* place on the internet where you can't scam people easily is the Warrior Forum.

Spence has produced is a superb product – and I'll be using it over the next few weeks in my Facebook marketing and advertising strategy.

Be warned though – $10 for an information product may deceive you into thinking the content is rubbish. You'd be sadly wrong if you were of that opinion, as the Warrior Forum special offer area is where you can get some incredible bargains.

And $0.00 Clicks from Facebook Ads?? Proof Inside – High Quality U.S. Traffic! is definitely one such bargain.

Once I've applied what's in the course, I'll do a follow-up post on this blog, and give you a sneak-peak into some the the strategies I'm using at the moment for lead generation and sales.

 

UPDATE UPDATE: This has become the WSO of the day!!! (WSO = Warrior Special Offer)

Dez.