spooon wrote:so the question comes then if out of 10 people, 9 of them have the replicated website and 1 is an original video.
Will the original video win the conversion over a lead that saw all 10?
Most people doing their homework visit multiple capture pages from many different systems. Like the user stated before in which he opted into many sites. If you hit 9 capture site with Budd's grill then come to one similar but was original I gotta wonder how the numbers will look.
Not saying this is common but when i found my sponsor i was "attracted" due to the fact they were different.
Leaders step outside of the mold and I was looking for that and what I continue to strive for.
This is the exact reason that i am stepping away from the system asap, the conversions in some markets are getting worse because they are saturated with the same thing. 100's of people using the same system, getting the same training are saturating the same markets.
Originality is going to surpas the system in a short amount of time unless people start using marketing mediums that are original, and not the layout of the system creator.
That is an excellent and well-stated point.
Before long, the basic 2.0 MLM online model of the personality on camera funnel/opt-in/free boot camp/autoresponder campaign/entry sell/upsell/follow up/repeat can only be touted as innovative for so long before it is being marketed by too many people.
As more and more product-incest occurs, the premise will lose uniqueness until the nature of the internet changes to 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, and so on... alas, new systems will be pioneered and developed and there will be a new legion of gurus who sell systems --probably the same people as they remain on the path of the latest breakthroughs.
Personally I do not desire to recreate yet another "system" inasmuch as I have and want to market my own products using the marketing techniques pioneered by others, but not to then create another marketing "system".
The funnel marketing model has already been invented. There is nothing to pioneer there.
In other words, Mike Dillard, Jonathan Budd, are selling marketing itself. They're not selling chocolate bars or hamburgers. You can indeed employ their techniques to sell products other than marketing products themselves. But in their case, the product itself is the technique.