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I wanted to talk to you about a question that I get very often by people. It's about sales pages. So how do you write your sales pages and stuff and what's important? I'm just going to talk about one item in particular, because this item is actually very, very important.
The minute you have to start writing something, you have this like blank canvas syndrome. Right. Where I mean, you just can't figure out what to write. One of the biggest misconceptions where people lose a lot of time is that, let's say, for example, you want to create a product. So you need to create a product and you need to create the sales pitch. So people will spend an endless amount of time trying to come up with the domain name and the actual product name. So don't get too caught up on the actual domain name because you're going to refer people to that domain name afterwards. And then you're going to remember it. So a lot of people lose so much time on it.
Second thing is the actual product name. You know, it's pretty much irrelevant, right. Because you're basically going to tell people what's inside a product. The benefits for them and the stuff. And then eventually you're going to tell them the product name. So the product name will come like last.
There is something that's actually way more important than all of this. And this is why we're going to discuss today is the “Headline”.
So the headline of your sales page is the most important item. When someone lands on your sales page, you know that big fat sentence that's at the top. You know, like the:
“The new system for beginners to two million dollars tomorrow”.
Something like this. This is what will hook you. All right.
So people are not going to go and scroll unless the first thing they see is compelling. What's the goal of the headline? What do you think the goal of the headline is? To get people to read the next line. That’s it. It's not to get the sale. You're not asking people to buy whatever you're selling now. No. You're asking them to read the next line.
So, you know, if you have a headline that says just the product name, are you going to read the rest? But if you say like it’s the best product you've seen in your life, that's going to change everything forever. And you'll be like, oh, all right. You know what? What's that about? OK. Let me let me see the rest.
So this is the function of a headline. And actually it is the function of every single component you have in your sales page. Right. So you have a headline and then you have a video or something. Right. So you have a video. Then you ask people to read some stuff, blah, blah, blah. Then you have some testimonials. People want to read more on that stuff. And the goal of each section is just to read the next section. OK. But the headline is the most important of them all.
It's way more important than the product name. You don't care about the product name. The product name is going to come at the end when people couldn't care less what the name of the product is. So you need to hook people up, you know?
Yeah, you need to hook people with something super catchy that's going to get them interested and curious about what it is that you're selling. You're telling them about it because you're not selling them anything right now. Right. You’re just explaining the benefits and stuff. And then in the end, you want them to come to the conclusion that they need the product instead of you trying to shove the product down their throats.