11. July 2020
Sales like me
A perfect example from yesterday.
Well, I placed an advertisement on a phonebook about selling columns speakers. I gave a good price because I want to sell quickly. The speakers are four months old, they are in perfect condition and Of course, I wrote about it in the ad. Do you know what was the most common question about them on Messenger?
Ask Yourself also - “Are they all right?”
And also suspicious comments on the audiophile group: “and I’m wondering why someone is selling them after 4 months of use?” Welcome to Portugal ! . Lands of suspicion and slander. Here, if something is too good, the heyte will immediately wake up. So you have to add a spice that will soften it. Just show the other side of the medal. Some flaw, weakness, deficiency, something we usually try to hide.
I remember when I read the description of the effectiveness test of the message from
With and without a “flaw”, I was surprised by the results.
Because it turned out that adding some small defect to the description It makes it more credible.
I explained it to myself in this way: Somehow we find it hard to believe that something can be an idea