The secret behind infomercial success

One of the most iconic sales platforms in our culture is the infomercial.

Laugh all you want, but almost everyone has seen one and almost everyone has been tempted – at one point or another – to order that set of knives, that new exercise machine or some gadget to make everyday life easier.

“But wait there’s more…” has become part of the fabric of our culture.

Why?

Because it works.

You may know Kevin Harrington from the hit television show, Shark Tank, but before he was a Shark, he was one of the early pioneers of the infomercial.

That’s right, he pioneered “but wait, there’s more!”.

Kevin took sales secrets and techniques from the likes of Zig Ziglar, combined it with his own experience and used it to sell over $5 Billion (yes, with a “B”) in products — much of it through infomercials.

And now Kevin is revealing his secret Sales Success Cheat Sheet — for FREE! Today is Day 2 that he is offering it, get it while you can!

Get it here:

https://jd405.isrefer.com/go/cheatsheet/jheggie

Kevin says that every single successful sale follows this 3-step process — and he had 5 Billion pieces of evidence to back that up!

If you want to get your idea, product or service in front of more people, do what the masters do.
Get the cheat sheet today, along with a simple fill-in-the-blank worksheet so you can customize Kevin’s 3-step process to your unique idea, product or service.

https://jd405.isrefer.com/go/cheatsheet/jheggie

But wait, there’s more…

HA! You knew I just had to do that, right?

I don’t know how long Kevin is going to give this away for free, so go grab your copy now:

https://jd405.isrefer.com/go/cheatsheet/jheggie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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