Post Purchase PRO Podcast - Episode Forty - Special Guest Jason Fladlien
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Jason Fladlein of Rapid Crush Inc and promoter of The Plan crypto currency bot system talks about the value of a customer list and how "product positioning" is the key to success.
Shawn Hart and Seth Stevens take you into the mind of Jason Fladlien to uncover many marketing secrets.
Author of the book One To Many and world recognized internet marketing Jason Fladlein on the Post Purchase Podcast
Welcome back to the Post Purchase Podcast. Today's episode, Seth and I are going to be interviewing longtime friend, Jason Flatland. Jason, thank you for showing up. Jason is co founder a rapper crash Author of one to many, which we're going to talk about in a minute, very distinguished marketer. Now, Jason Forever synonym synonymous. I should say, with the largest affiliate launch, in history reach, nearly $59 million in sales, and coincidentally, the author of the Forward in our new book, Private Label Millionaire Secrets. Thank you, for that. We're so excited to have you here with us today.
Jason, I'm ready, Jeff.
So, Sap, I know that we've been trying to get JSON into the podcast, to do this interview, since December. And now, here it is: in March.
Can't wait to get this thing produced an out there, So Jason, as I understand, you know, we often talk about the one thousand dollars beer and all that kind of thing, but before all that, as, I understand, you were a rapper a monk come from a one bedroom apartment that you shared
And now, here you are, world famous webinar Pitch Man and king of affiliate marketing.
Tell us, who the **** is Jason Flatley today.
I mean, what what I've always attempted to do since I started in business, very humbly, of course, is to find an offer that was unbeatable.
Put it in front of an audience that would get more benefit out of that than anything else that they could ever purchase or think to purchase.
And then when a customer, and then when you do that, you you could just remarket to those customers more than trying to get new customers. So that's generally how business works. It's like an 80, 20, 20%.
You want to get new customers, but ultimately, 80% time you want to serve existing customers, because if you give them a big win today, and then you ask them tomorrow, or the next week, or the next month, to the next year, for another thing, where they could potentially win again.
The likelihood of them saying, yes to that is about one thousand times greater. And so that's kind of in the golden thread when I started. I was writing articles for four bucks an hour.
First search engine optimization purposes back in 2007.
And then I started creating information