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How to Make Your Internet Business a Success

How to Make Your Internet Business a Success

Jeff Walker, creator of the Product Launch Formula and best selling author started his first internet business in the summer of 1996. From humble beginnings, he has gone onto sell tens of millions of dollars of products, and his students and clients have sold hundreds of millions of dollars of their products. Over the years, […]

7 Tips to Identify Your Buyer Personas

7 Tips to Identify Your Buyer Personas

Have you ever wondered whether your buyer persona was correct and giving you information you can trust? Buyer personas can only do their job of providing insight into your buyers’ decisions and what influences them, if they reveal how buyers think about the buying decision you want to influence. According to Adele Revella, founder and […]

5 Ways to ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ During Launch Day Fails

5 Ways to ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ During Launch Day Fails Keep Calm and Carry On poster

Your business is on the precipice of launching a new product or service that the entire team has been working on for months. It is finally ready and everyone is excited to have their hard work released on the world. Having used the ASK Method or Jeff Walker’s Product Launch Formula to set up your […]

4 steps to creating a personalized segmented campaign with the ASK Method

No matter your business or what market you are in, the ASK Method is designed to take your marketing approach to the next level by knowing what your customers what to buy, even before they do! Ryan Levesque, creator of the ASK Method, shares more on how to create personalized segmented marketing campaigns through four […]

Micro-commitments equal macro-results: The power of the ASK Method for everyday business

Ryan Levesque, creator of the ASK method, became interested in consumer psychology after he studied neuroscience at Brown University. Under the guidance of Dr. Robert Mauer, he became fascinated by the psychology of fear and how asking individuals for personal details can be perceived as a threat. Translating this into consumer psychology would mean that […]