Marketing 101 for Maximum Sales
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Marketing 101 for Maximum Sales

Boost your sales by learning how to connect your product to your prospect's impulse to buy.
4.7 (11 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
871 students enrolled
Created by Oliver Olsen
Last updated 3/2016
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  • 35 mins on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the real reasons why they buy from you
  • Know what to say in your marketing
  • Create ads and copy that drive sales
  • Learn how to increase your conversion rates
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  • Students do not need any prior training to understand this course. And if your current sales are low, this course will quickly help you figure out what to change in your marketing to boost sales.

You're going to take this course for the following reasons:

1. You want to know what to say in your ads, copy, and content to make people buy.

2. Your current marketing is not working and you need to make changes to boost sales.

If you're asking, 'Why aren't more people buying my product?' then this course will likely tell why and what to do about it. You see, most marketing focuses on the product and its benefits. Certainly, emphasizing benefits is very important ... but all the wonderful benefits in the world won't sell your product unless you hook into your prospect's emotions and psychology.

The problem is, very few marketing courses teach you how to do this. Instead they teach you about ad platforms, social media, blogging, email, etc. All of these are important but unless you CONNECT your product to their DESIRE to buy ... nothing will happen.

You will learn the process of creating effective marketing!

Who is the target audience?
  • This marketing course is for people who want to know the process of figuring out what to say in their marketing and content in order to inflame the desire to take the next step in the funnel or buy.
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Curriculum For This Course
1 Lecture 01:17

In this video we introduce the root concept of this course: Good marketing is NOT about the product or service. It's about needs, wants, desires, emotions, and beliefs.

Preview 01:17
Making Money Means Getting Attention
3 Lectures 10:56

What does it mean when we say, “Effective advertising is focused on the prospect.” When you are talking about your product, you are really talking about your prospect! All marketing starts with knowing everything about your buyer and then creating marketing and advertising that they will respond to. It does not begin with thinking about your product.

Preview 05:01

You can only get the attention of your prospect if you 'meet them where they are'. Without a keen sense of where they are emotionally, physically, and mentally, you are likely to say something they will ignore.

Preview 03:01

How is that low quality products are sold every day? One of the reasons is the power of effective marketing. On the other side, there are many great products, offering excellent value and yet they don't sell. Why? Poor marketing! It's important to understand the arena in which you compete to make good business and marketing decisions.

Your Product In Today's Marketplace
Making Money Means Holding Attention
3 Lectures 12:33

Once you succeed at getting your prospect's attention, you need to hold that attention long enough to deliver your marketing message and make your offer. Your content has to be engaging on a number of levels and this nearly always means inflaming emotions. But not any emotions. You want to inflame the emotions that fill your prospect with a desire for what you sell.

Holding Attention

Marketing often makes use of story or story structure to hold attention. A story can be very short, existing in just one image or one 30 second video. Or it could span several mediums, starting with a banner ad, then the landing page, email, and sales page. Each piece of content is like another scene in the story.

Stories and Emotions

Every person has a running, albeit unconscious, question on their mind when they consume media. “Does this apply to me?” or “Am I interested in this?” or “Why should I care?” Effective advertisers know exactly who they are targeting. And this should be crystal clear to the prospect so they can answer, “Yes! This is for me!” By qualifying your prospect, you deepen their attention and commitment to hear your marketing message.

Qualify Your Prospect
You Must Also Have Deeper Attention Strategies
3 Lectures 10:11

There are little hooks that use curiosity and then there are big hooks when an advertiser manages to speak directly to and inflame an existing fear, pain or desire. The latter further deepens the commitment to keep paying attention and ultimately boosts the desire to buy.

Deep Hooks and Incentives

Deep benefits go beyond the payoffs of the product features. Deep benefits affect the lives of the buyers and are therefore much more significant. The deep benefit is often the key reason responsible for the sale.

Deep Benefits

Getting clear on the fantasy or story that is running through the minds of your prospects can make a difference of success or failure in your marketing.  There’s a fantasy related to your product – what is it?

Lecture 10: Tapping Into Their Fantasy for Profit
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1 Lecture 00:19
About the Instructor
Oliver Olsen
4.7 Average rating
11 Reviews
871 Students
1 Course
Marketing Pro

I began marketing online in 2005 and by 2009 was supporting my family full time as a freelancer. In 2013, LBM Media hired me as a copywriter, landing page art director, and overall conversion strategist. After my first three months my supervisor said, “I don't even care if you show up to work – if you just keep creating those winning landing pages, that's we want." They were (and still are) getting great results from my work. But anyone can learn the same steps I use to create core marketing messages that make prospects buy.