Am I right? Probably so. It's all about the cost, right? I heard someone tell me recently, "The only reason something doesn't sell is the cost. People will buy ANYTHING if the price is right".
So, that's where we're at. You want to enroll because it's perfect for you. It's exactly what you need to help you with all the stuff you've got stockpiled. You're ready to join, but it all comes down to that question: what does it cost?
Let me ask you this: how much have you already spent?
Seriously, think of all of the PLR articles, reports, ebooks, products, graphics, etc. that you've purchased which are just sitting there on your computer.
What would it be worth to you to put all of that money to good use instead of just letting it continue to be of no value to you? What would it be worth to you to get training that will allow you to turn what you've already spent money on into something that makes money for you?
Remember what I asked you earlier: are you satisfied with the amount of money you've made from the PLR you've purchased? If you're not, then cost really is irrelevant.
It's all about recouping your investment from all that PLR you've bought
-- and then actually making money from it.
If you look around you'll find that other similar courses sell for $197-$297. I'm not just making that figure up, it's a fact. High level training from top level internet marketers is pricey, especially if the training is as valuable as what is in this course.
I could charge that kind of fee too, but that would limit the number of people who can afford it. And I honestly don't want to do that. I know that there are tens of thousands of people who have purchased PLR content and I want ALL of them to ultimately go through this course.
So, normally what I do with my courses is this: I knock $100-$200 off the "fair market value" of the course and charge something like $197-$297.
I feel very comfortable with that price point and have no doubt it would be a popular seller. But, I'm going to temporarily knock it down to something so insanely simple that no one can refuse...
Now, if you don't think it's worth $9.95, then you seriously haven't been paying attention. You can go back to your parked cars and listen to the CD player if you don't think it's worth 3X that price.
There should be a smile on your face right now. I know it's a steal. And so do you.
But, I'm even gonna take it up one more notch...