LIVE from NYC, video marketing lesson #1 – how to charge (and collect) top dollar for your goods and services
First, thanks for opting in to participate in the launch for “How To Make Maximum Money With Minimum Customers: 21 Proven Strategies ANYONE Can Use!”
If you’re in a rush, you can skip right to today’s video marketing lesson and pdf summary, right here.
On the other hand, if you want to know the lay of the land and what to expect over the next few days, then pull up a chair and listen closely to what I’m about to tell you.
Over the few days, I’m going to be giving you a number of video marketing lessons that show you some of the most critical strategies I use to make a small fortune with very little customers and a God-awful small list.
In addition to the videos, underneath each one of them, you can also download a pdf summary. In these summaries, you’ll discover: the background of this location in New York City… “why” I picked this location — meaning, did I have some great experience there as a kid, or is there some kind of nostalgic connection, or what?… a summary of the marketing lessons learned in the video… and finally, where you’ll find this information discussed inside my manual.
This way, if there’s something particularly compelling for you, just reference the pdf and once you get your copy of the manual, you can rip it up and dig right in to that specific spot.
Today you’re going to learn some of the do’s and don’ts of charging premium prices, which is an absolute MUST if you genuinely do want to make maximum money with minimum customers. And you’ll learn this by eating lunch with me at a place that charges $18 for a sandwich, and $60 for a cheesecake.
Now go sell something, Craig Garber
P.S. If you have any comments, leave them below the video posts. Hopefully this afternoon I’ll have the next video ready — and this one’s a real doozy! It was filmed smack dab in the middle of no less than 50,000 people!