The typical upsell sequence is wrong. Dead wrong.
I know I’m jumping on “sacred ground” here, but I think you will agree with me when you hear why I say this. (Incidentally, I’m still a big fan of upselling, but nobody’s perfect and typical upsell sequence is wrong).
Here’s the scoop:Upsell sequence means is to take your client to buy one product, then they get offered another one to buying so on, in a sequence.
Typical upsell sequence, which you get from so many so called goo-roo’s got like this:
For example, lets’ say you’re buying a $150 shirt, then you get offered $1000 suit, it’s big jump and in most cases you won’t buy it
Let’s say you get offers first to buy $1000 suit than a $150 shirt, then it’s a no brainier;
$150 seems to little compare to $1000 which you already spent.
How it works online, this is typical sequence you get out there, the wrong one.They teach you to sell $7 product then you offer upsell of the $47 product, not bad, but it will result in much less sales.
Here is why – compare upsell sequence from above to the one below:
Let’s say you offer first $47 product then you offer an upsell of $7, you’ll get many more sales/upsells.
$7 dollar sale after $47 dollar sale, is a no brainer
See what I mean?
Again, nothing personal against other typical upsell sequence.
But someone’s got to stand up and tell it like it is.
And in my Magic Calendar I spend a lot of time exposing all the myths that are keeping you in the dark from not having enough sales online.
To get full details got to:
P.S. There is another reason I disagree with typical online strategies.
But, it’s kind of a controversial reason, and I would rather not explain it publicly(I’m already going to get enough “backlash” from this email)
I explain the full strategy in my Magic Calendar program at: