How To Create And Sell Your Own High Ticket Product or Service And Attract High Paying Clients
Why is this product in-demand?
  • How to create a high ticket product that you can sell for a premium price!
  • How to reach the right audience and build trust and authority with them!
  • How to build a sales funnel to create trust and make sales!
  • How to create a relationship with your buyers!
  • Which tools to use to build your high ticket business!
  • This guide is written in an easy-to-understand, step-by-step fashion for anyone to follow with screenshots and images. Your customers and their customers will love it!     https://marcanthony.biz/products/057-high-ticket-authority/ 

“How To Create, Package And Sell Your Own High Ticket Course And Attract High Paying Clients”

Are you tired of making measly $7, $10 and $20 sales?

You drive so much traffic only to make such a small amount.

Your competitors are fierce and everyone’s under cutting one another.

How would you like to make $997 to $20,000 sales from each customer?

Think about it…

If you make just 5 sales of $4,997 a month, that’s $24,985!

Let’s be a bit more conservative — at $497 a pop with only 5 customers, that’s $2,485.

That’s the power of selling high ticket products!

 

Why Sell High Ticket Products?

There are more benefits to selling high ticket items too.

One is that you’ll now be able to pour all your energy into creating that one product.

In turn, that means that you can develop something that you’re truly proud of and that you’re willing to promote because you really believe in it.

This makes a massive difference and is a great feeling.

Imagine knowing that what you’ve built is something people are willing to spend that much money on – it’s highly rewarding!

And this means that your customers will be much happier.

And actually the day-to-day running of a business that sells high ticket items is a whole lot easier than running a business that sells lots of products.

Why? Because with fewer products you now have fewer customers.

Keeping 15 customers happy is much easier than keeping 15,000 customers happy.