There is a war for attention.

And we are all in it!

Youtube, Tiktok, Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Slack, Email, Netflix, Disney+, Hbo and a thousand other things to keep track of.

You are constantly getting pulled in new directions with notifications screaming...

"Someone liked your post!"

"Thomas is now following you"

"Elissa sent you a message"

Just listen to Netflix's own words...

"Our biggest competitor is sleep".

It's almost scary...

But that's what the marketplace is like.

So what can we do to stand out in such a marketplace?

If you want to generate customers online your biggest worry should be attention.

You need to know how to steal your potential customers attention.

But what you need is not only attention.

You need a system...

A formula...

To predictably get attention and turn it into a sale.

Luckily for you, that is exactly what I'm going to share with you here...

Our 3-Step Formula To Get Ridiculously Many Customers.

1. Get attention [input].

2. Create interest.

3. Convert to sale [output].

The more input you get, the more output there will be...

More attention = more sales.

The worst mistake people make when trying to get attention is...

Making ads that look like ads.

You see, no one likes being advertised to.

Instead you want to make your ads newsworthy.

Looking at Facebooks Transparency reports you'll quickly notice a pattern...

People want to keep up with what's new.

So make your ads newsworthy and provide valuable insights.

That way people who find your value interesting will click your ads.

To create interest you need to prove that your product is superior.

Tell the prospects all the reasons WHY your product will help them get from point A to point B better than any other option out there.

If you don't have a solution that is superior, create one.

Convey the emotional benefits that your customers get.

Make them emotionally invested in your product.

Make them feel what your product will do for them.

That is how you make them interested.

Finally to convert the sale...

You need an irresistable offer.

[Read Our Post On How To Create An Irresistable Offer]