Is artificial Intelligence(AI) simplifying your Freelancing business or are you scared that it will replace skills? You don't have to be scared at all. Instead, you have to embrace it and look at different of using it to grow your business.
It doesn't matter if the project at hand is big or small - the psychology of closing a sale is the same. Now, if you are fond of copying other people ways of handling business-then this explains why you are always loosing/or getting a** kicked just when you are about to close a sale. It's
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There is a secret in video marketing called 'Pattern Interruption.' It's commonly used in Video Sales Letters. Successful online video marketers utilize it in their videos. It is a psychological trigger that arouses the subconscious part of the brain. This works best on long versions of sales letters.
In other words, pattern interruption is meant to excite you and make you interested in learning more. This technique varies. For longer videos, it's more of the 'story-line,' while for shorter videos, it's the video effects, transitions and sound effects. Here is a list of common ways that you can use to splice up your videos and eliminate monotony.
You see, if you sell online and you have not started using video, then you are missing out on customers who take action after watching a video about your products or services.
According to CISCO, 80% of all internet traffic will be video by 2021. Moreover, Google found that 70% of B2B buyers watch videos on their journey through the sales funnel.
Irrespective of the freelancing site you use to find a freelancer, know that many other clients like you are looking for freelancers as well. This means that there is a huge competition to find a perfect freelancer.
When your client asks for video revisions the first time, you are excited because you know you are close to completing the project - and getting PAID.
But, after the first round of revision, you client sends your a longer list of revision request and you are are like WTF! Why didn't he/she spot these issues the first time I shared the video?