Dan Kennedy – Price Elasticity Online Training

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Now’s the time to liberate your income and start charging MORE for what you sell.  Here’s how:


“Discover The Jealously-Guarded Secrets Of The GKIC Elite Who Regularly Charge 5-10x MORE
For Their Products/Services
Than Their Competitors…
And How You Can ‘Legally Steal’
Them To INSTANTLY Increase The Income And Value Of Your Business!”


This Is The “Secret Sauce” To High Incomes, Prestige,
Wealth, And CERTAINTY In ANY Business!


From The Desk Of Dan Kennedy:

Dear Renegade Millionaire, Hang with me for a second here.  And I’ll show you how you can get an almost “free look” at the ENTIRE online training packed with breakthrough strategies that’ll allow you to raise the price of your products without resistance!

These are the exact strategies GKIC has been using to EXPLODE their profits by over 20 times in the past few years alone…

…And this is the same “stuff” I’ve been using for the past 40 years with clients that pay me at least $100,000 per sales letter.

Listen:  price is the path to stored value, hidden and overlooked opportunities, and even personal liberty for business owners.

It entails creatively reinventing your business so it can be perceived differently than all other businesses.  That way customers, clients, and patients gladly stand in line waiting…even literally BEGGING for you to accept them…

…rather than viewing you as interchangeable cog in a wheel!

That means you must mitigate a shift in POWER in your business.  This is the only way you can have dramatic improvements in PROFIT.  And PRICE is the #1 way you can spearhead these changes!

Are You Committing This Common
Crime To Your Bottom Line?

One of the worst mistakes you can ever make is automatically assume that “everyone” buys based solely on price. 

That couldn’t be further from the truth.

If that were the case, then why doesn’t everyone go to Applebee’s or TGI Friday’s instead of Ruth’s Chris or Morton’s…where steaks can be 5-10 times as expensive?

And why do you see people lining up for iPhones and iPads when you can get comparable cellphones and tablets, respectively, for much less?

The bottom line is only 10% of consumers make their buying decisions based on price.  I mean, think about it:  if price really controlled buyer behavior, then these broad range of prices would not be able to exist.
Everybody would be staying at a Motel 6 instead of a Ritz Carlton or a Four Seasons.  And everyone would be buying steaks from the local butcher shop instead of paying 50% more to have them FedExed to them from Omaha Steaks.

What does this have to do with your business?  Plenty!  If you are failing to extract the maximum price the market will pay for your products or services, then you’re leaving money on the table…and OUT of your wallet!

This is a simple fact that is probably ROBBING you of the time and freedom you could be enjoying right now.  And the result of this malfeasance is less time with your family, friends, and NO time to just “goof off” for a change.

Instead you have to work like a dog to sell MORE products and services and become a SLAVE to your business…instead of its master. 

You’ll have to work harder, put in longer hours, and endure more uncertainty, stress, and lack of control that could rob you of your piece of mind. 

And another thing:

 You Should Never…Ever…EVER Be
The Low-Cost Provider In Your Industry!


You simply cannot keep it.  There will be some moron who will come into your market and compete with you head to head for your customers at a cheaper price.

Even if they lose money doing it, they will stay around long enough to remain a HUGE problem for you. 

They will force your prices down.  You see, the reason American, Delta, and United are in trouble is because they reacted to the big Kahuna in the skies, Southwest, who dropped their prices.   

They should never have done it in the first place.  They can’t fly that great big plane with all that overhead and fly you across the country for less money then I was paying them to fly across the country in 1974.

So you could never ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever try to be the low price provider because you can’t sustain it.

So what I’ve done is spend an entire DAY spilling my guts at a recent GKIC SuperConferenceSM where I revealed highly creative, innovative, bold, and daring strategies to increasing the value of any business: