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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1520441924
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- Publisher: www.YouEverywhereNow.com; 4 edition (January 21, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MUDE5ER
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To get the most out of this book, you need to look at it from two points of view. First, the content of the book, what you learn. Keonigs essentialy tells you that "working an event" is a great way to prospect. I can promise you, this is true. Meeting people at events (on marketing, or for businesspeople) is a very select group of people that are used to spending money at events. You almost can't get a better prospect, if you are selling to the niche that attends. The more they paid to attend the event, the better. But you can still get great results at free events.
I know three marketers that go to large marketing events about three or four times a year. And that's the only prospecting they need to do. It's that effective.
Then the author gives you every single template you need to meet the prospects, what to say....everything, and then use your phone to send them texts and videos, culminating in a high ends sale a few days later. I know these techniques work. I've used them in the past to make
sales, and they have been used to make sales to me. The methods are sound.
You also get complete examples selling several different high end services. Things you could sell to business owners, other marketers, book authors...and of course, by seeing so many examples, you can adapt easily to any kind of offer. Truly a quick great read.
Now lets look at the book itself...the product. Here is where many lessons are learned, if you ever want to use a book as a marketing tool. Koenigs does it beautifully, and with class.
First, the price. At $3.99, the author is making nothing, and the price makes the book an impulse buy. One I'm glad I made.
The book is promotional. That means the book is written to serve a a sort of extended brochure of the author's services. But you probably won't mind a bit because he addresses that up front, the book is priced so low, and you really get actionable content. The last several pages are marketing related, advertising the author's services.
And the part I think is the most instructive is that each example given, is both instructive, and also sells a service that the author provides.
So, you are really seeing several sales presentations for different services that you can then buy from the author. It's like buying a book of proven successful sales letters...each one selling something that the author sells.
The reason you don't mind, is that you are truly getting top flight instruction as you read the book, and the author is a marketer, after all.
And in the end of the book, he asks that you write a review for the book. He does it with class, and I didn't mind a bit. And so here is that review.
Further along the book he states that he had been helping people for only twenty years.
Many of his other books, live-training sessions, events, and tickets are advertised throughout this book.
There is no table-of-content section, nor any organization to the ebook.
The sales figures appear to be unrealistic.
While reading the book and noticing all the typos and miscalculations, and unprofessional content, I find it difficult to believe anything he said, especially the false claims of being a well-known best seller.
He lost me in the beginning with his many claims of being a #1 Book seller, without an editor. Spellcheck would have caught the error on page 10: $250,00 is supposed to be $250,000.
I guess the Internet makes it possible for anyone to create a book, video, and claim to be a #1 best seller. I never even heard of this person until now. In fact, Amazon does not list his books as #1. If his books were that good, maybe he would not fill this one up with so many ads practically begging the readers to buy more books, since there was not enough content in this current one. From what I see, there are too many mistakes and that makes this writer appear very unprofessional.
He is definitely not a #1 best book seller. That was the first false claim in this book. I do not trust anything else he wrote about after that claim.
His book asks readers not to leave a negative review, because he has a son that reads them. Why would this information even be contained in this book? Does he know how bad his book really is so in advance he asks readers not to provide an honest but negative review of it?
I wrote this honest review so that others do not spend any more money on this book. Buy from those that list a table-of-contents page, and quote their sources, as well as use a publisher and state the facts, not charge money to read a giant sales pitch asking us to spend more time watching him on YouTube, and purchase more books filled with mistakes and bad grammar.