Most people are programmed to fail, but NOT you!
This post is prompted by some statistics I just received, and it really did surprise me. Not too long ago, I released a couple of real estate training videos I recorded that teach real estate agents how to build a website for free, and get it set up to bring in 50 to 100 new buyer leads every month. Doing the math, an agent could earn $50k to $100k a year from this number of leads. If they follow everything in the videos, it costs about $10 a month. The other thing you should know is that these videos show exactly what I did to get started, and I literally sold millions of dollars of real estate a year from the exact same sites. I built my entire real estate business around that basic marketing plan, and profited greatly from it. Heres the results of my video give away:
Several hundred people signed up and downloaded the videos so far.
Based on my tracking software (it shows me how many people used my links to set up an account), 1 person followed through and set up a site.
Here is the question. Did my methods seem too good to be true because I gave them away for free, or were 99.9% of the people that downloaded it too lazy to follow through? If you downloaded the videos, don’t be offended! I’d actually like to hear your viewpoint.
Imagine you find a pile of gold. At least it looks like gold. But then you tell yourself there is no way you could have discovered real gold before someone else got it.
You feel stupid for even thinking it could have really been gold. So you leave it sitting there, in the gutter on the side of the road. The next day on the news, you see that someone found a pile of gold worth $125,000 sitting in the gutter. They couldn’t believe that nobody found it before them. It’s the exact gold you walked away from because you didn’t bother to see if it was real or not, even though it wouldn’t cost anything. Think about it. We are all guilty, but next time something comes up, you just might make a better decision.
PHOTO BY: tao_zhyn